The HTC One X is a slim and sleek new handset available today on the AT&T network. It runs the latest Ice Cream Sandwich version of the Android operating system, and features a large 4.7 inch (1,280 x 720px) LCD screen, superfast 4G LTE data transfer speeds, a solid camera, and HTC’s comfortable Sense 4 user interface.
Though this is a fast-running machine, it doesn’t feature the latest quad-core processor, perhaps improving its battery life. Speaking of which, the main drawbacks to this phone, likely irrelevent to many, are that it’s battery is not-removable and it does not include an SD memory card slot for additional storage.
All in all, this is a powerful and stylish piece of kit that should delight any Android fan or new smartphone user.