So I just bought a Jawbone UP. I tried to connect it to my HTC One X, but it wouldn't connect on Android 4.1. I thought there was something wrong with the UP, but it worked just fine when connected on my iPad 4.
Anyone else have experience with connecting the UP band to other Android devices? How has your experience been?
I am seriously thinking of buying the one x (international of course) and would love to know how is it holding up after months of usage? how is battery life , performance, issues and overall scratches?
This phone is awesome phone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.The display is better than anything we've ever seen, and we applaud what HTC has done with Sense .
If you have a windows machine, simply share the media folder on your computer (you may need to disable password sharing for ease of use).
Then use an android file manager that has lan capabilities. Select your windows machine from the list. Navigate to the shared folder. And click on the video.
Hey presto, you're now streaming videos to your phone from your computer.
So I just sold my Apple products and am going Android all around, and chose the HTC One X as my phone.
I'm curious, is there a way to get stock ICS on this phone yet?
HTC ONE X or Samsung Galaxy Series? Which is better? Of course, Android system is a must. And also premium front & back camera.
Both are fantastic mobiles, both with Android Ice cream sandwich, with great processors and over 4.6-inch screen sizes. Which of the two would be more successful ?
The AT&T HTC One X does not have the quad processor. It is just a dual core. I imported my ONE X through amazon (grey market) to get a true ONE X. The AT&T device should be renamed in all fairness and truthfullness (is that a word).
HTC One X is the perfect Android mobile. Great 4.7" screen. Fantastic implementation of Android 4.0 with HTC sense. A camera as good as a point and shoot camera. Why did HTC then such a perfectionist company not take more care on having a better powered battery. Why remove the micro SD slot from a great mobile ?
Samsung has just launched the Galaxy S III. This new Android phone will be available in Europe this month, and a 4G version will be out in the US this summer. With enhanced voice control functions, an eye-sensor that will keep the screen turned on as long as you're looking at it, and a 4.8-inch display, Samsung is clearly targeting the iPhone 4S. Can it compete effectively with Apple's flagship -- and with other new Android smartphones like the HTC One series?
Joshua Topolsky's quote from a recent Vergecast got me thinking about the "ideal phone." He describes it as "I want the One X internals, display, and camera in the body of the Lumia 900, running stock ICS."
Using just specs/aspects of phones currently on the market, what would your dream phone be?
Have both, hit me up with any questions!
You can read my reviews of each phone here:
One S - http://gdgt.com/htc/one/s/reviews/p3w/
One X - http://gdgt.com/htc/one/x/reviews/p3v/