"Very refined phone"4.5 starson by x.killeddestiny.x
Pros: Build quality, screen, beats audio, stunning camera, good battery life (all things considered), snappy performance, sense 4, ICS with update to JB on the way
Cons: no microSD expansion or removable battery
Summary: I'll update this review if need be but right now I've only had the phone for 5 days. So durability, and longevity have not been calculated, also I have no LTE service in my area so I can't attest for anything there. Now then, onto the One X.
The word I kept coming up with when I was testing, and breaking down the phone was refined. My smartphone experience isn't exactl limited but it lacks brand variety. As someone who's only really used iPhones, BlackBerrys, Samsung Galaxys, and an LG Eve you can guess my experience pretty well there. This phoen is leaps and bounds beyond even my Galaxy S2. I can't use another Samsung, iPhone or BlackBerry though just due to the elegence and premium feel of this device.
When it comes to performance and feel I can't give you anything new, it's pretty much one of the fastest handsets out there, there's a reason it sits on CNet's top smartphones short-list. I can say this though, this phone has an X factor about it. There's only 3 phones I've been instantly drawn too and liked instantly and that's the BlackBerry Bold 9000, BlackBerry Storm, and the Motorola Razr 2. The HTC One X now sits n that club. I'm still running a Galaxy S2 which I've set to forward all my calls and messages to the One X so I don't have to take the S2 anywhere anymore. I also am using a lot of HTC's software so kudos to them as well.
Try the phne and then try to explain to me why an S3 would be better choice because trust me you won't be able to.