"Better off sticking with the HTC One X or iPhone 5."0.5 starson by Le_Jugement
Pros: -Large screen
Cons: -The OS was buggy. Almost all of the time when I tried to launch an app, it broke down and crashed on me.
-The screen, while big, isn't that great. Pentile with oversatured colors.
-Camera wasn't that great.
-Made of plastic
-Bad audio quality
Summary: This phone does it all! Except not really.
After finally freeing myself from my locked down cage of my iPhone, I decided to give Android a try with supposedly one of the 'best' android phones on the market.
It was awful.
While the customization was amazing, everything else was awful. You're trading reliability for the ability to customize a homescreen. Thats not enough.
The OS is simply too buggy.
The camera takes bad pictures and has a bad white balance.
The audio quality when recording sounds lile someone held something over the microphone and rubbed it against it the entire time.
The screen makes colors feel oversaturated and whites really aren't that good.
The plastic feel made a $200 phone feel like a bad featurephone.
It was awfully big to hold in the hand and reaching to opposite sides of the screen when holding it with one hand was bad.
Their isn't much of an ecosystem to be a part of like there is with the iPhone.
Touchwiz is a rather boring UI as compared with HTC Sense.
Battery life is next to mediocre.
Wait for the Lumia 920, buy a One X, or get ourself an iPhone. Just don't look here.