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peter

Any questions about the HTC One X or One S?

Have both, hit me up with any questions!

You can read my reviews of each phone here:

One S - gdgt.com­/htc­/one­/s­/reviews­/p3w/
One X - gdgt.com­/htc­/one­/x­/reviews­/p3v/

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vannexcel

Hey Mr. Rojas,

Does the international version of either the One S or One X support the T-Mobile's AWS 3G Band? Thanks.
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peter

No, though a T-Mobile version of the One S is coming. Like mtlittle said, it does look like it'll only be available in gray.
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jasona

Curious since I think you are on T-Mobile. Are you interested in the One S being your primary phone or still have the One X in that spot?
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peter

The One S is nice, but the screen on the One X is so much nicer that it's really no contest for me.
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mtlittle

I've been trying to find out the same thing. From what I can tell, it does not. The extra-major bummer is that it looks like T-Mo USA will not carry the awesome black version of the One S (they'll only carry the gray one).
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evanrodge

The One X is wider than the Galaxy Nexus, does it feel like you're holding a polycarbonate pancake?
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peter

No, but you may feel differently.
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jasona

It actually feels really good. I had my reservations about it being it was a 4.7 inch screen but honestly it feel comfortable to use and hold, even with one hand.
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mtlittle

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peter

That I don't know. I can ask next time I chat with someone from HTC.
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mtlittle

Do you think there will be a way to put stock ICS on this device in the next couple of months?
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peter

Given HTC's stance towards bootloaders it is likely that you'll be able to get stock ICS on here.
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frankspin

Battery reviews seem to be varying from pretty good to pretty bad. One reviewer mentioned getting an update during the review period that improved battery life, did you receive a similar update?
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peter

I got the update, which did improve things, but I still found I needed to keep a close eye on things if I wanted to last all day.
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cass

What do you think about the image quality on the One X compared to the Galaxy Nexus or the iPhone? One thing that made me not-so-excited for the Galaxy Nexus was the average camera quality (at least compared to the iPhone 4S).
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sledlow

Does the T-Mo One S support AT&T 3G bands?

I had a AT&T Nexus One and moved to an AT&T Samsung Nexus S (which I don't dislike), but I really miss the HTC metal design and feel.
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peter

I don't believe so, but don't know for certain. I received the international version of the One S that works with AT&T.
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hyperblue

I'm just really curious about a few minor details regarding One S:

1) Does it have a dedicated notification LED light? It's quite convenient having something that blinks -- informing you when you missed a call or have an unread message, even from afar or when the screen's not active. I've read in a review that the One X has it, so I was wondering if the One S has one too.

2) Is it still possible to type text messages using a traditional T9 dialer?
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peter

1. Yes.

2. Not that I could find, but you could probably find something in the market to use.
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HenryFromChina

Hey Friend ,I want to know one thing you dont mentioned —— prize?and by the way how about the battery of one S,? with H+ 3G brand can run a whole day?
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hyperblue

Does the One S support USB OTG?
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