- Size (LWH): 5.29 inches, 0.37 inches, 2.75 inches
- Weight: 1.6 ounces
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 9 minutes
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 350 hours
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HTC S720E One X 32GB Black Android SmartPhone 8MP HD Camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, with Beats Audio (GSM Unlocked)
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- Display: 4.7-inch super LCD 2. CPU: 1.5 GHz. Memory: Storage 32 GB, RAM 1 GB. Bluetooth: 4.0. Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n.
- Camera: main 8 MP, front 1.3 MP with auto focus, smart LED flash, and BSI sensor (for better low-light captures). High quality slow motion video capture and playback
- In the package: HTC One X 32GB, USB Cable, Wall Charger, Earphones and Documentation. (Micro-SIM required, not included. Please obtain from service provider)
- Warranty: Item has been discontinued by manufacturer and no longer has a manufacturer warranty. Please see seller condition notes for warranty information, if any.
- Battery: 1800 mAh
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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.
-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 a lot of movie watching, game playing or hours long web surfing require a twice charging. Battery isn't impressive, but not bad.Read more ›
I have never ordered a smartphone on Amazon and had my hesitations when I see 'unbranded' and 'no warranty' plus some other reviews have stated that they have received other variations of this phone with different branding.
This phone was received in new condition, no scratches or marks, and the only branding was the HTC logo at the top of the phone. I checked the specs on the phone and they checked with what was advertised (32GB Memory, Quad Core). There was no 'crap-ware' or useless vendor trial applications on the phone - just the default HTC apps.
I have AT&T in North America. I used the micro-SIM card from my old iPhone 4 (the HTC does not come with a SIM) and had no problems placing or receiving calls immediately. I did have problems getting my data plan and voicemail switched over from an iPhone plan to a smartphone plan, mainly because it was not an AT&T phone/IMEI. After some tech support time, AT&T was able to get everything working.
If you're buying this phone, be aware that it will NOT work on AT&T's 4G LTE network..but it does work great on 3G! If you use most of your data via WiFi this shouldn't be an issue.
Seller was FGS Trading - received phone in quality packaging and also two days ealier than the delivery extimate :)
The phone itself...fast! No hesitations or lags. Screen is beautiful, clear, crisp and BRIGHT! Audio doesn't seem very loud like music, notifications, etc. Phone quality is great! Crystal clear both speaking and listening.
If you currently have an iPhone and thinking about getting a One X - do it!!! You'll be happy you did
Have been using it for one day with no problem, and I'm impressed by the performance and how easy is to do stuff. Definitely would recommend it to someone else.
I live in Costa Rica, and it works perfectly with Kolbi 3G network (although I had to cut my SIM card to make it MicroSIM).
Original review follows :
HTC should be praised for creating such a magnificent phone, and PUBLICALLY FLOGGED for giving it a scandalously inadequate battery---presumably just to make it sexily thin.
There are two problems with the battery: not only is it inadequate to get through even a day of normal use, but worse yet it is a permanent (hard-wired) battery, iPhone style, so you can not replace it with a higher capacity battery. On my previous phone (original HTC Desire), I used an inexpensive, after-market high capacity battery, which was great. But now, by ignorantly copying the iPhone, HTC has made that impossible.
My only remedy for the One's stupid battery was to get an external battery recharger (I opted for the Anker ®SlimTalk 3200mAh Backup External Battery Pack from Amazon). HTC should have made the phone a tad thicker, so the camera lens is flush with the back (it sticks out), and use the extra interior space for a bigger, and removable, battery.
One further comment --- if you are on T-Mobile, be aware that you'll need to get an older micro sim to use this phone. The new T-Mobile sims are marked "50.05", but you'll need to find one marked "50.01", else your internet will not work. Currently these can still be found on, e.g., eBay.
Others have elaborated on the phone's virtues, to which I would say "ditto" to them all. I am particularly struck by the awesome speech recognition, accurate keyboard, responsiveness, and of course the fabulous display. Camera is awesome though this was not an issue for me personally. In chosing this phone, I'd deliberated at length between this phone and the Samsung Galaxy s3.
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