Pros Great Display of 720 x 1280 pixels,4.7 inches (312 ppi)
HTC Sense layer is best compared to SAMSUNG TouchWiz
Android Jelly Bin update
Camera is excellent with lots of features.
Cons Bad battery life.
Response is little slower then Samsung-s3 even equipped Quad-core processor.
Summary Considering Price of phone its perfect phone overall.
Pros Slim yet sturdy feel, Great screen, personally love the HTC sense interface, Excellent camera, Best Shot(Camera Feature), Beats Audio, NFC
Cons Its major fault is the battery life, Also the US version has yet to receive Jelly Bean.
Summary If One X had just average or better battery life I would have given it 5 stars no doubt. I have many friends with the One X and they all share the same problem. As for the Jelly Bean update Htc announced that they would release a update the One X to Jelly bean originally in October. On October 25 they released the update for the international version, but for users like me they have yet to release an update for the AT&T One X. It was then announced that the update would arrive in November or December. With November passed there are now rumors that an update will not come until January
Pros 1.5 QUADCORE
HD STUNNING SCREEN
SENSE 4+ JELLYBEAN
Cons BATTERY LIFE (ICS VERSION ONLY)
Summary This phone is truely amazing!.
this is the perfect phone for people who want their phone to actually be smart!.it's refined, blazing fast and sense 4+ makes sense!!!
it's battery life was dramatically improved in jb update (i get 14 hours on mine and i use it all day!!).anything i tried to do on different phones was harder, more frustrating and took longer.
htc one x is a perfect choice!
Cons Non removable battery.
SummaryAs i liked it's wonderful features of <a href="http://www.prepaymania.co.uk/mobilephone/htc-one-x-sim-free-unlocked-mobile-phone-endeavour-grey.html"> HTC One X</a> so i will recommend it to others...:)
Updated on Nov 9, 2012
Pros Great display, quick processor, great camera
Cons Omission of quad-core was a mistake, no SD card slot, HTC Sense is still horrible, not the most beautiful device
Summary For the average user this will be a great phone, definitely near the top of the pack for AT&T users that aren't too picky...IF you don't mind HTC Sense over Android 4.0's interface, upcoming Jelly Bean support; a great camera, and a snappy processor.