So all of the hype is over. The bigger than Galaxy S II but smaller than the Galaxy Note has arrived. Is it worth it? What separates it from it’s HTC competitor? Will it have the quadcore engine once it arrives to the states? Will it go to AT&T first or T-Mobile, Verizon or Sprint?
The quality is still average with mostly plastic hardware but the unique software looks to be the selling point. Voice control for apps and many picture taking features might make consumers forget how great the HTC One X feels and responds. Price wise expect a normal to close cost of 299.99 per two year contract.
Should the quadcore processor makes it us, is this the smartphone to buy? In a couple of months expect other companies like LG, Huawei, Motorola and others to join the multi-processor crowd also. It really might be best to wait for an unlocked Android than a tie-me-down carrier phone.
- 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display
- 1.4GHz quadcore chip