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  1. bujin422's Avatar
    Got a grey One X yesterday from Expansys. Overnight is cheap and easy with them. Anyway, on to the phone. My previous phones since November were a Galaxy Note, before that the GNex, iPhone 4S, RAZR, Rezound, etc....
    Soooo After 1/2 day with the One X, I'm really impressed.
    I'm in the USA and I had the option to select AT&T during the set up. So I got onto the ATT network very easy.
    Sense 4.0 is very well done. The speed and snappiness of the phone is awesome. It's quicker than any of my previous phones.
    The screen is amazing. It looks lke the images are on top of the glass. Great outside at my sons baseball game last night. Best display I have ever seen on a phone.
    The headset volume is perfect and clear. Speaker is loud and clear. I haven't tried Beats Audio yet with headphones.
    The camera is very good. It's the fastest camera I have used on a phone. The photos both indoors and out, are as good as I've seen on a phone.
    The Build quality of the phone is tight. Looks like the old HTC. But this phone is light, but strong. Very well build. Maybe a little slick, but I have to get a better feel for it.
    Battery thus far seems good, I started with 80%, used the crap out of it from 2pm to 9:30pm and had 20% left. So 60% in 7 1/2 hours of solid use is good for me as I am thinking I will get about 12 hours. But, for me I am on the go from 4:30am until 8pm most days. Only my Galaxy Note would get me through those long days. I have the ability to plug in most of the time, so it's not a major deal breaker if I can't get more than 12.

    Overall I am in love with his phone. Well done HTC
    Hi John,

    You said you got the choice to select AT&T during setup, you didn't have to do a custom APN, as had to be done with the GNote?

    Thanks
    04-06-2012 07:25 AM
  2. varsityhacker's Avatar
    If the international model was LTE it would be mine now. However, I will wait for the LTE version to buy, I'm a little surprised that some people don't care about LTE. Personally I will never buy a phone again that is not LTE.

    Hurry up ATT get your little Nokia WP7 part done and over with I know they paid you a lot to hype the phone, but I'm waiting on this phone and want it now lol.
    04-06-2012 07:28 AM
  3. dmmarck's Avatar
    Traitor. Hahahaha. I kid, I kid.
    Lol what explains your presence here ;-)
    04-06-2012 08:54 AM
  4. Kevin OQuinn's Avatar
    If the international model was LTE it would be mine now. However, I will wait for the LTE version to buy, I'm a little surprised that some people don't care about LTE. Personally I will never buy a phone again that is not LTE.

    Hurry up ATT get your little Nokia WP7 part done and over with I know they paid you a lot to hype the phone, but I'm waiting on this phone and want it now lol.
    Find the international One XL, then. It's the AT&T One X without the AT&T branding and bloat.
    04-06-2012 12:37 PM
  5. Lanhoj's Avatar
    OS is much too white...why would they do that?!
    ICS needs to be black & blue
    original00 likes this.
    04-06-2012 01:18 PM
  6. gabbott's Avatar
    How much space is available for apps not counting the sd partition?
    04-06-2012 01:32 PM
  7. erwaso's Avatar
    If the international model was LTE it would be mine now. However, I will wait for the LTE version to buy, I'm a little surprised that some people don't care about LTE. Personally I will never buy a phone again that is not LTE.

    Hurry up ATT get your little Nokia WP7 part done and over with I know they paid you a lot to hype the phone, but I'm waiting on this phone and want it now lol.
    I'm one that doesn't care too much for lte, nice option to have but i wouldn't take advantage of it for streaming music/video or even Skype type of services cuz i don't use them. Sad huh lol. Hspa+ is plenty fast for me.
    04-06-2012 02:04 PM
  8. JOHNGAETANO's Avatar
    Nope, I got to select

    Hi John,

    You said you got the choice to select AT&T during setup, you didn't have to do a custom APN, as had to be done with the GNote?

    Thanks
    04-06-2012 02:14 PM
  9. cdd543's Avatar
    I received mine from expansys as well and have already rooted and loaded a custom rom. My recent phones are 4s, gnexus, maxx, rezound, etc. I'm still a verizon customer so I opted to try straight talk unlimited plan for $50 since I had read good things about it.
    The phone itself is a beauty and is well built. Screen is gorgeous and is probably the best I've seen next to new ipad. I noticed some stuttering on the stock rom and this still exists in the custom one I'm running now. Too early to tell about battery as I was going thru the bootloader unlock and root process. Hopefully that 128xxx rom will drop soon.
    04-06-2012 03:30 PM
  10. Zorachus's Avatar
    Cdd please do tell more. I am also a Verizon subscriber, but would like to learn more about this $50 plan you have running your new One X ?
    04-06-2012 04:17 PM
  11. Zorachus's Avatar
    I looked up straight talk. So its through Walmart ? $45 for unlimited data + unlimited minutes. That is better than half price if Verizon.

    And is it automatically ATT network ?

    I would by the One X to use in that type of plan.
    04-06-2012 04:25 PM
  12. Small_law's Avatar
    How is Chrome beta on it? Smoother than the GNex? I'll assume yes, but let us know if you can.
    04-06-2012 04:40 PM
  13. Droid_Evo_8's Avatar
    Lol what explains your presence here ;-)
    I just happened to stumble on this page. Then I saw you here. LOLz
    04-06-2012 04:47 PM
  14. dwd3885's Avatar
    How is Chrome beta on it? Smoother than the GNex? I'll assume yes, but let us know if you can.
    Chrome seems to run fine. No issues. I wouldn't say smoother than the Nexus because it is pretty smooth there as well.
    04-06-2012 05:46 PM
  15. cdd543's Avatar
    I looked up straight talk. So its through Walmart ? $45 for unlimited data + unlimited minutes. That is better than half price if Verizon.

    And is it automatically ATT network ?

    I would by the One X to use in that type of plan.
    I ordered a micro sim direct from straight talk website. You have to set the apn for data and mms, but speeds are typical AT&T for Denver so all seems well. There are a lot of people using it in iPhone's and other devices and it seems to be 95% of AT&Ts typical coverage. It doesn't work on lte, but there is no AT&T lte here anyways so it seems like a good deal.
    04-06-2012 09:25 PM
  16. Zorachus's Avatar
    I ordered a micro sim direct from straight talk website. You have to set the apn for data and mms, but speeds are typical AT&T for Denver so all seems well. There are a lot of people using it in iPhone's and other devices and it seems to be 95% of AT&Ts typical coverage. It doesn't work on lte, but there is no AT&T lte here anyways so it seems like a good deal.
    Thank-you for the info. Do you think this straight talk plan is good enough to make you ditch Verizon ? I mean its $45 for full unlimited, where Verizon is more than double that price.

    Also does straight talk give you HSPA+ or just old school 3G ?

    And how ate you liking your One X so far ? I have the GALAXY Nexus, how does it compare ?
    04-07-2012 08:56 AM
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