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  1. harold42483's Avatar
    Looks like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus pretty much beats the One X according to this review. And seeing as the Htc Evo 4g Lte is basically the One X, I guess it beats it too. Also keep in mind that they are comparing it to the international which is the quad core version.




    HTC One X vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus
    04-11-2012 11:22 AM
  2. dmmarck's Avatar
    Huh.

    Still, that One X makes my heart swell with awe, warmth, and kindness like nothing since...seeing the GN debuted. lol
    04-11-2012 11:29 AM
  3. harold42483's Avatar
    Take a look at this 5 phone comparison

    http://www.phonearena.com/reviews/Ca...hone-4S_id3006

    Looks like the samsung galaxy nexus pretty much beats the htc one X
    04-11-2012 11:07 PM
  4. TropicalSammich's Avatar
    Chocolate or Vanilla?

    Everyone's favorite flavor is different, just pick your own...
    04-12-2012 02:54 PM
  5. gabbott's Avatar
    Take a look at this 5 phone comparison

    Camera comparison: One X vs Galaxy S II vs Nexus vs N8 vs iPhone 4S

    Looks like the samsung galaxy nexus pretty much beats the htc one X
    They review is only comparing the cameras. From the looks of things as a whole, both are very capable phones.
    04-12-2012 09:24 PM
  6. harold42483's Avatar
    They review is only comparing the cameras. From the looks of things as a whole, both are very capable phones.
    Check out the OP it says the nexus pretty much out performs the nexus
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    04-12-2012 09:42 PM
  7. Droid800's Avatar
    Check out the OP it says the nexus pretty much out performs the nexus
    No way, no how, not a chance, does the Nexus outperform the One X.
    04-12-2012 10:05 PM
  8. harold42483's Avatar
    No way, no how, not a chance, does the Nexus outperform the One X.
    Like it's always been htc sense slows the phone down. Just check out the review even the browser is wacked
    04-12-2012 10:12 PM
  9. richardyarrell's Avatar
    Great to see HTC step up that game i am happy for potential and current sprint customers. I am proud of my GALAXY NEXUS on Verizon and it's the gold standard of android. Compare it to the states dualcore models not this quadcore uk verison. Regardless GALAXY NEXUS and 4.0 ICS rules HTC
    04-12-2012 10:25 PM
  10. E_man's Avatar
    One of my least favorite things about android. As soon as a new phone comes out, people who bought a different phone beforehand must rally in hate and derision against the newcomer. Can't you simply enjoy the phone in your pocket (or the one that you really want) for what it is?
    04-12-2012 11:20 PM
  11. mbeattie62300's Avatar
    HTC puts out top notch hardware. Ive owned many a' HTC device in the past but one day stock Android on a Nexus took over my idea of what an Android phone shoupd be and ipl never look back. Anyone truly looking to tinker and learn Android inside and out should consider a Nexus to be the ultimate even if it may not be.
    04-12-2012 11:22 PM
  12. harold42483's Avatar
    Great to see HTC step up that game i am happy for potential and current sprint customers. I am proud of my GALAXY NEXUS on Verizon and it's the gold standard of android. Compare it to the states dualcore models not this quadcore uk verison. Regardless GALAXY NEXUS and 4.0 ICS rules HTC
    Right on!
    04-13-2012 12:32 AM
  13. harold42483's Avatar
    One of my least favorite things about android. As soon as a new phone comes out, people who bought a different phone beforehand must rally in hate and derision against the newcomer. Can't you simply enjoy the phone in your pocket (or the one that you really want) for what it is?
    Actually the nexus hasn't been released yet for Sprint. But thanks for you 2¢
    04-13-2012 12:34 AM
  14. harold42483's Avatar
    HTC puts out top notch hardware. Ive owned many a' HTC device in the past but one day stock Android on a Nexus took over my idea of what an Android phone shoupd be and ipl never look back. Anyone truly looking to tinker and learn Android inside and out should consider a Nexus to be the ultimate even if it may not be.
    I wouldn't say the best hardware. I have the evo 3D. It lags hard, has a horrible camera, I'm plagued with constant restarts, my screen becomes unresponsive at times at which I must kill the screen and unlock again to use my phone. Not to mention that the screen is qhd and a lot of apps are all out of place and not centered. I'm tired of htc's poor execution. It gunna be a nexus for me
    04-13-2012 12:37 AM
  15. ragnarokx's Avatar
    HTC puts out top notch hardware. Ive owned many a' HTC device in the past but one day stock Android on a Nexus took over my idea of what an Android phone shoupd be and ipl never look back. Anyone truly looking to tinker and learn Android inside and out should consider a Nexus to be the ultimate even if it may not be.
    I had a Sensation for a short time while my Nexus S was getting warranty repairs. They are very nice phones, from physical construction down to the Sense inside. If I never planned on rooting, I might have gone HTC. But I love heavy customization, and nothing does that like a Nexus.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus
    04-13-2012 01:15 AM
  16. Droid800's Avatar
    Like it's always been htc sense slows the phone down. Just check out the review even the browser is wacked
    If by slow you mean 'beating the pants off every phone on the planet' then you might be right. The browser thing is a bug. Just like some of the many the nexus has.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
    04-13-2012 02:20 AM
  17. Droid800's Avatar
    I wouldn't say the best hardware. I have the evo 3D. It lags hard, has a horrible camera, I'm plagued with constant restarts, my screen becomes unresponsive at times at which I must kill the screen and unlock again to use my phone. Not to mention that the screen is qhd and a lot of apps are all out of place and not centered. I'm tired of htc's poor execution. It gunna be a nexus for me
    You must not have read any of the OneX reviews if you think that it is in any way related to the crap that is HTCs previous generation lineup.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
    04-13-2012 02:22 AM
  18. uansari1's Avatar
    I wouldn't say the best hardware. I have the evo 3D. It lags hard, has a horrible camera, I'm plagued with constant restarts, my screen becomes unresponsive at times at which I must kill the screen and unlock again to use my phone. Not to mention that the screen is qhd and a lot of apps are all out of place and not centered. I'm tired of htc's poor execution. It gunna be a nexus for me
    First off, no one said HTC puts out the "best" hardware. They do use "top notch" hardware, however, as the person to whom you're replying stated.

    This entire thread is a waste of server space...it's not worth the CO2 it's causing to be spit into our atmosphere. I'm a Nexus fan myself... I've had a G1, N1, and now Nexus S. I was all about getting the GNex, but the reality is that the international, unbranded One X is a quad-core BEAST. Compared to the GNex it's got a better processor, better screen, better camera, and most other hardware is comparable to if not slightly better than the GNex. This isn't something to be fanboyish about...it's just the reality of tech. The GNex was released MONTHS ago.

    The only thing GNex has that I would like to see on the One X is vanilla Android...but that's something that can hopefully come with rooting and custom ROMs. I'm holding off on any purchase till then.
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    04-13-2012 03:24 AM
  19. ScottRx82's Avatar
    This thread reeks of One X envy. But like someone else already said, its the nature of the Android beast. New phone comes out, then people rush to make a case for why their current phone is better. I'm sure I'll be no different when something better comes along after the Evo 4G LTE. At this point, the only way to stay on top of the Android game is to have lines with every carrier and to have quarterly upgrades, ha!
    dmmarck, jroc and mykrlz182 like this.
    04-13-2012 08:20 AM
  20. dmmarck's Avatar
    This thread reeks of One X envy. But like someone else already said, its the nature of the Android beast. New phone comes out, then people rush to make a case for why their current phone is better. I'm sure I'll be no different when something better comes along after the Evo 4G LTE. At this point, the only way to stay on top of the Android game is to have lines with every carrier and to have quarterly upgrades, ha!
    That last statement is the truest thing I've ever seen uttered on an Android forum lol.
    jroc likes this.
    04-13-2012 08:36 AM
  21. KoukiFC3S's Avatar
    Is there a comparison of both phones with the Chrome beta installed?
    04-13-2012 09:13 AM
  22. gabbott's Avatar
    @harold42483
    Get the Nexus for the Nexus experience. I went from a sense device to a nexus and love it. It sounds a bit like you are pushing to validate your decision. You are basing things on one site's opinion based on the links you posted. If you read Phil's reviews on this site he has a differing opinion on the camera between the two. The review you posted also is comparing a phone that has more mature software vs one that is just hitting the market so there are more potential for bugs/"glitches" that need to be ironed out with software updates.
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    04-13-2012 09:22 AM
  23. AceBoonKoon's Avatar
    Why doesn't anyone mention the fact that the Nexus's memory can be used completely for apps where as the HTC One X cannot? Is this a non factor for most people? I switched from the OG DINC to iphone for this alone. Only having 764mb for apps on the DINC was a no go for me. Where as the iphone can use the entire memory for apps. This is the same with the Nexus and not with the HTC One X. Therefore the Nexus is by far the phone of choice IMO.
    harold42483 likes this.
    04-13-2012 11:08 AM
  24. AceBoonKoon's Avatar
    Another thing since ICS is doing away with apps to SD then why would ANY NEW phone shipping with ICS NOT offer the full amount of memory to use in any way a person wants? In addition most of these new phones coming out are shipping without an SD card slot so this makes the point even greater. This makes the Nexus > HTC One X.
    AZDROIDX likes this.
    04-13-2012 11:14 AM
  25. gabbott's Avatar
    Another thing since ICS is doing away with apps to SD then why would ANY NEW phone shipping with ICS NOT offer the full amount of memory to use in any way a person wants? In addition most of these new phones coming out are shipping without an SD card slot so this makes the point even greater. This makes the Nexus > HTC One X.
    How is ICS doing away with apps to SD? My Nexus S 4G still allows apps that support apps2sd to be moved to the sd partition on ICS. Not that I don't agree that just having all the space available for apps is the better solution.
    AceBoonKoon likes this.
    04-13-2012 11:30 AM
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