"HTC One X, Highest quality Android device on the market"4.5 starson by GSLeon3
Pros: The design of the One X is sleek & clean with a 4.7" HD Super LCD display that superbly renders colors. The powerful & fast device is stylish, smooth & a pleasure to use. For a new low price of $99, you cannot go wrong.
Cons: Lack of SD-Card support.
Although battery life is pretty great on the latest update, not having battery access limits ability to supplement power source with spare batteries while traveling.
Summary: The highest quality Android device on the market. Even with a screen that is only 0.10" smaller than the S3, the One X is lighter, thinner & overall a tighter package. The display is much more accurate with light & bright colors than the S#'s SuperAMOLED pseudo-HD display. The resolution on the ONE X is superb. The new Sense UI is a pleasure to use, a very rich & uniform experience & yet it is much lighter than previous iterations, making it very fast & responsive. While it uses a poly-carbonate shell/body in-lieu of an alloy, it still feels solidly built & just feels at home in my hand. While I am a power user that previously carried two spare batteries & a 32gb micro-SD card & these, I thought, were a big deal that kept me from using the One X for some time in favor of the Galaxy S3. However, I finally put the S3 down for a rest & I haven't picked it back up for months. I for the last year, had been bugging HTC to utilize the 5ghz band of wireless-N. I am happy to say they finally did it & while the device is not truly dual band (none are that I know of), the One X now is able to take advantage of the faster & usually less cluttered 5Ghz band. This device is One of the best HTC has ever made. That is saying a lot from me. While I have long loved HTC, look up my comments to them on Facebook & you'll see that I am more often critical about them than praising. But with the One X, they almost did everything perfectly. (I'd still like to see SD support.)