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HTC One X+ Sim-Free Goes Live in UK


Tuesday 30th of October 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Sim-free retailers in the UK began offering the HTC One X+ today on their websites. Expansys and Unlocked-Mobile both began contacting media outlets this morning to let them know that the Sim-free version of the HTC device was available and in-stock. Prices for the device begin at £475, or about $763 dollars.What exactly does this small fortune get you? A pretty good mobile:SpecificationsBattery: 2100 mAhDimensions: 134.4 x 69.9 x 8.9 mmDisplay: 4.7 inch capacitive touchscreenResolution: 720 x 1280Memory: 32/64GB Storage 1GB RAMCamera: 8 Megapixel, LED Flash, autofocus, 1.6 front cameraConnectivity: Hotspots, Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n, Micro USB 2.0, BluetoothPlatform: Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean64GB of storage on-board means you should have plenty of room for your media. A 24-month manufacturers warranty is a nice touch as well. Gorilla Glass and a Super LCD 2 display make a beautiful display on a device that you would be hard pressed to discern physically from its older brother the original HTC One X.Jelly Bean is on-board as well, though users shouldn’t expect it to ship with
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HTC One X+ Replacement Screen


Tuesday 15th of January 2013 / androidforums.com
Apparently I'm the first clumsy oaf to manage to shatter his One X+'s screen. I was foolish enough not to opt for drop coverage (I've had various smartphones for over 3 years, bigger drops onto harder surfaces and barely scratched them). Normally, my google-fu is strong, but I can't seem to find any information on whether the One X+'s screen is the same/compatible part as the One X's (other than the apparently new Gorilla Glass 2, which has done me no good). Does anyone have any idea whether I can replace the OX+'s shattered screen with a OX replacement screen? I believe they are the same resolution and design... but you never know.
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T-Mobile One S Gorilla Glass?


Friday 27th of April 2012 / androidforums.com
Does the HTC One S, in particular, the T-Mobile version have Gorilla Glass?Should I not worry too much about getting a screen protector?Yes, I know Gorilla Glass can scratch, but it's much harder to do so and may not be worth going with a screen protector if it does indeed have Gorilla Glass.EDIT:At least according to the wikipedia page here, it doeshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTC_One_SI'll probably not bother with screen protectors.
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Full HTC One X Official Specs Leak Out – 4.7-Inch Super LCD Screen with Gorilla Glass, NFC with Google Wallet, 1800mAh Battery – Droid Life


Saturday 25th of February 2012 / droid-life.com
HTC’s MWC event tomorrow afternoon won’t have many surprises after the folks at FullGSM managed to find the official spec pages for the One X floating around HTC’s site. It looks as if the device will come in both white and black (or charcoal) and will live up to all of the hype. It indeed does sport a 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 4.7″ Super LCD HD display with Gorilla Glass, has 32GB of storage, new dual-shutter camera tech, 28mm wide angle lens, an NFC chip with Google Wallet support,  and so much more. The only real downside that we are seeing is the 1800mAh battery. We would have liked to have seen something with a little more juice to power that massive display, but since the phone is not LTE, it could be fine.Jump past the break to see it all.  As expected, it won’t be anywhere near Verizon’s network. Will HTC and Big Red push a device with similar specs at some point though? We certainly hope so, especially knowing how HTC likes to handle bootloaders.Via:  FullGSMCheers to everyone who sent this!
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Hands-on with the HTC One S


Sunday 26th of February 2012 / androidcentral.com
The HTC One S (Codename: Ville) might not be the "flagship" device in the manufacturer's new lineup, but don't thell that to the phone. It's a little smaller than the One X, at 4.3 inches instead of 4.7 inches. And it's traded the 4.7-inch Super LCD 2 for a 4.3-inch AMOLED display and Gorilla Glass. It also loses a tad in the way of resolution, dropping to qHD instead of full 720p. And it trades the polycarbonate shell for an aircraft-grade aluminum that's been fried in plasma in a process that's called microarc oxidation. In layman's terms, it basically turns the metal into a ceramic, and it feels quite nice. The HTC One S has the same camera technology as the One X, as well as Beats audio. It's crowning achievement, probably, is that it's crammed into a body that's just 7.9mm thin. You have to feel it to believe it. But that does come with a trade-off: The non-removable battery is just 1650 mAh.Other specs of note: It's rocking a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor at 1.5GHz, has 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, plus the 25
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screen protector?


Saturday 06th of April 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
never had one before and never had issues with the screen on my previous phone the HTC incredible 2. from what i read these phones have "gorilla glass" which i assume is extremely durable. never been a fan of the screen protectors because no matter how perfect you apply them, you always get even a tiny bubble. are they necessary for these phones or does the "gorilla glass" do an excellent job in protection? thanks
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Full HTC One X Official Specs Leak Out – 4.7-Inch Super LCD Screen with Gorilla Glass, NFC with Google Wallet, 1800mAh Battery – Droid Life


Saturday 25th of February 2012 / droid-life.com
HTC’s MWC event tomorrow afternoon won’t have many surprises after the folks at FullGSM managed to find the official spec pages for the One X floating around HTC’s site. It looks as if the device will come in both white and black (or charcoal) and will live up to all of the hype. It indeed does sport a 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 4.7″ Super LCD HD display with Gorilla Glass, has 32GB of storage, new dual-shutter camera tech, 28mm wide angle lens, an NFC chip with Google Wallet support,  and so much more. The only real downside that we are seeing is the 1800mAh battery. We would have liked to have seen something with a little more juice to power that massive display, but since the phone is not LTE, it could be fine.Jump past the break to see it all.  As expected, it won’t be anywhere near Verizon’s network. Will HTC and Big Red push a device with similar specs at some point though? We certainly hope so, especially knowing how HTC likes to handle bootloaders.Via:  FullGSMCheers to everyone who sent this!
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HTC One vs. Motorola Droid Maxx


Tuesday 10th of December 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I've had a Droid Razr for almost two years now and I'm getting a new phone soon. For my next phone, I've pretty much narrowed it down to the One and the Droid Maxx. Obviously the One has better specs for the most part, but I'm really concerned about the battery life. I'm a pretty heavy user and my phone only lasts to about 3 PM during the week. I would love to have a ridiculous battery like the Maxx that I could have last for a couple of days. Also, I love the durability of my Razr; I've dropped it many times and after two years the screen doesn't even have a single scratch. From my understanding, the One doesn't have a Gorilla Glass screen like the Razr, but the Droid Maxx does. Is the gap between the phones really that significant that I should give up the battery life and durability of the Droid Maxx in favor of the One? (Also, I know the One Max would kind of be the best of both worlds, but I don't really want a phablet)
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New HTC One M8 Available at Amazon With a Verizon, AT&T or Sprint Contract


Tuesday 25th of March 2014 / android.gs
The new HTC One M8 2014 has just been released and it’s already available at Amazon with a Verizon, AT&T or Sprint contract. Sprint and AT&T only have the Gunmetal Grey versions, while the Glacial Silver is only available at Verizon.The One M8 is HTC’s latest flagship and it does have impressive specs and features, so it’s one of our best recommendations if you’re looking for a new smartphone. It features a 2.3 Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal memory.What’s most impressive about the HTC One M8 is the dual Ultrapixel cameras on the back, which take focus to a new level. Both cameras have a 4 MP sensor, which might sound low, but the image quality is very high. Along with them, the smartphone also sports a 5 MP front camera for video calls or selfies.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});The 2014 edition of the HTC One sports a 5″ display with a Full HD resolution (1080×1920) and a pixel density of 441 PPI, protected by Gorilla Glass 3.It will come in three colo
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Screen Flexibiltiy Question


Saturday 29th of March 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hi, I'm new to this forum. I'm a current iPhone 4s owner who is possibly looking into switching to android for various reasons; HTC One M8 to be exact when it becomes available for AT&T. I do have a general questions about screens. My iPhone screen is solid and cannot be flexed. It's rock hard glass and I love that. I also notice this on the Note 3, Moto X and various Motorola droid phones; maybe S4 too. BUT, the HTC One, M8 has a bit of give when pushed with any kind of force. I do not like that and is typically the first thing I check when I play around with a phone. Nexus 5 has a bit of give/flex too. I don't like seeing the 'waves' or whatever you call it when pressure is placed on a screen. I have small kids who play with my phones, so I want it to withstand the force they sometimes put on it when playing games. I guess my question is why do some phones have this flex to it's screen? the M8 has gorilla glass, so why would it have any give to it? And, how am I to tell which phone screens are solid glass that doesn't flex vs. glass that does flex when reading the specs?? I kno
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