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HTC One X with Beats Audio Unlocked GSM Android SmartPhone – No Warranty – White

The HTC One X, also known as HTC Endeavor, is HTC’s technology leading superphone. With the help of the powerful 1.5 GHz processor, a magnificent 4.7-inch screen, Beats AudioTM, and an 8 MP camera with advanced camera technology called the HTC ImageSenseTM, the One X goes beyond your everyday Smartphone. The HTC ImageSenseTM technology allows you to take photos in any conditions, including low light, as well as take full advantage of the camera’s continuous shooting mode that enables you to take multiple shots at once. Furthermore, with HTC Sense 4.0 and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board, the One X also perfectly balances work and play. The quad core processor ensures incredibly fast web browsing and a high quality gaming experience, while the camera with an object distant sensor ensures impressive image quality. With the HTC One X you will also be able to take advantage of NFC3 connectivity, which is Google Wallet compatible, up to 25GB of free cloud storage via Dropbox (an online storage application), and the option to connect your One X to your TV via the HTC Media Link HD. Beats AudioTM will provide you with an enhanced audio experience, whether you are listening to music on YouTube, a downloaded soundtrack or simply watching a movie. Ultimately, HTC One X combines the very best innovative technologies with a great entertainment experience, all encompassed in a stylish and elegant design.

Product Features

  • 16 GB storage, 1 GB RAM; Android OS, v4.0, v.4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
  • LTE 700 MHz Class 17 / 1700 / 2100
  • GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900; HSDPA 850 / 1900 / 2100
  • Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait
  • Super IPS LCD2 capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
  • 720 x 1280 pixels, 4.7 inches (~312 ppi pixel density)
  • Primary: 8 MP, 3264×2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash / Secondary: 1.3 MP, 720p

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Tags: White, Android, Audio, Warranty, Unlocked, Beats, SmartPhone


  1. JoHn says:

    Well engineered, amazing if just for the camera & the screen! >>BUYERS BE WARE, there are many versions of this phone, the US at&t version is a 16 GB version, people unlock it via an unlock code and sell it as an unlocked international version, the international one has 32 GB & comes without the at&t logo on the front. The one on this page is the 16 GB one, the 32 GB will cost a bit more and you need to write in search “32 GB One X”, remember this phone has no slot for an external SD card, so more internal storage may be crucial for some!<<—-Original review—-I used so many brands and models of phones and smartphones than I can remember, and this one here, except for the memory card thing, covers every hole that was in every other phone I used. It also covers any thing u may have thought of having in a phone, and it is doing that in style! I tried the Samsung Galaxy S3 at at&t before choosing the One x, and it really isn’t better. I mean it is just about personal preferences, I always feel Samsung phones ( not all Samsung products, I love their TVs for example)have a cheap felling. Besides I liked how the One X looked more than the S3.Pros:-Amazing screen, and I am coming from a Motorola Droid Razr which has a very good screen itself. The screen here is sharper, colors are better, no shadows(Razr had a green shadow on all colors. Watching Youtube or any vids on this phone is a thing I long for throughout the day!-Battery life is good enough for a full day with moderate use. Of course excessive movie watching, game playing or hours long web surfing require a twice chraging.-The 8 MP Camera deserves all the fuzz it received when first introduced, its pictures are steady, colors are vivid and quality is really high!-Speed: The phone handles multitasking very well, games and videos are a breath nothing you should worry about here.Cons:The only thing I didn’t like about this phone, which is why I would say it is more like 4.5 stars not 5, is the lack of a memory card slot. I mean, seriously? it has a 2 year free subscription for extra storage online and everything, but whyyy?? How hard was it to add an extra slot for a memory card? An engineer’s mistake without any doubt.Bottom line, if you want an Android phone go for the One X or the S3, can’t make up your mind, try them both and just pick any of them you will end up with a winner either way!—–UPDATE——So I was tempted to get the S3 since I have a month to exchange the phone with at&t and I wanted to know how better was the S3. I got the blue S3 and I certainly loved it, it doesn’t feel cheap in hand as I expected, but it feels rather classy and here are my thoughts in comparison, I hope this experience may help other people decide:- The S3 overall look is really slick, it is ofcourse all about personal preferences as I said before, but sometime I wished that the One X looked more like the blue S3! the metal edges gave it some superiority no doubt about that, the blue finish was really good, but the white looks really cheap, don’t think about it!- The Samsung motions( swipe to take a screen shot, raise the phone up to your ears with an open message to automatically dial the sender without pressing any keys & others) are really cool and are certainly a point above the OneX.- Sd card slot, as basic as it is , it is better than not having one!But that is it, these are the only things where the S3 bests the OneX- The Svoice(Smamsung reply to iPhone’s Siri) Is totally useless, and certainly needs more development, a good idea that may get better in newer models, but not a plus for the S3, not to mention it consumes more battery when turned on.- The screen is different than the one X, I can’t totally explain it, not the pixels density but mainly the colors. As I read online it looks like Samsung forgot to calibrate its screens, so as good as they are colors don’t look natural. And you can’t really feel it unless u spent some time with the OneX’s gorgeous screen, colors aren’t as vibrant or bright, a picture of a clear sea looks darker, less vivid and less colorful on the S3 than the One X and though really good, the One X is considerably better.- The camera is good, but again the One X’s camera is definitely better both outdoor & indoor, may be not by much but the difference is definitely there.- Eye tracking: It was supposed to prevent the screen from sleeping when you are reading or surfing, well it doesn’t do the job very well. In low light situations it is pretty much useless, since it depends on the front camera for eye tracking. In regular light it was ok, but again u had to hold to hold the phone in a certain way to make sure it “sees” your eye! I didn’t find it that impressive..or useful!- Speed:same for both- Samsung’s touchWiz vs htc Sense is an even battle I liked them both.- Battery: both are almost the same battery wise,…

  2. Patricia says:

    Beware, Seller is not being totally honest about this phone I purchased this phone for my husband so we didn’t have to extend our AT&T contract. I paid a premium price for this phone, the same as a new one from AT&T and I expected to get a new phone. What we received was a previously sold and returned refurbished phone at a new phone price.I gave the phone to my husband on Christmas morning unknown that it was a refurb. My husband suspected it wasn’t new due to cosmetic marks on it and when he went to the AT&T store to activate it they confirmed it had been previously sold and was returned under warranty due to a defect.Fast forward 3 weeks. My husband has had the phone and it has worked for the most part. It did have some glitches with freezing up at times and taking a long time to finally ring when he tried to make a call. Wireless also would lock on to a network and wouldn’t let go even after leaving that network area so he would have to manually turn wifi off to get it to connect to the mobile network…. Very aggravating for a $500 phone.My husband put his phone on charge last night and turned it off as he normally does… This morning he takes it off charge and tried to power it up…Nothing! He spent the next hour trying to get it to boot up…..Nothing!He then takes it up to AT&T and they try several different things to get it to boot up….NOTHING! the phone is completely dead after only 3 weeks of ownership.My husband is livid I spent $500+ on this phone and the fact he now has NO PHONE.BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!

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