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The One X+ adds a lot to the original global (non-LTE) One X, especially for power users and music lovers, but both the camera and the battery life pale slightly compared to other high-end Androids.

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Critic reviews

8.5
12 reviews
  • Reception and call quality
    8.0
  • Display
    9.3
  • Battery life
    7.2
  • Camera
    8.1
  • Ease of use
    8.3
  • Design and form factor
    8.7
  • Portability (size / weight)
    8.0
  • Media support
    8.4
  • Durability
    8.0
  • Ecosystem (apps, accessories, etc.)
    8.2

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User reviews

8.1
11 reviews
9.0
Engadget Oct 31, 2012

There's no question that with the One X+, HTC is offering more to Android power users outside of the US. What's less clear is whether it brings more in the areas that actually matter to you. The answer is "yes" -- but only if you meet some rather narrow criteria.

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8.0
Gizmodo Oct 29, 2012

Should You Buy It? Probably! If you're in the market when this phone comes to American shores (to AT&T), you can do a lot worse than this attractive, powerful handset.

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8.0
CNET Dec 3, 2012

Although it does have some flaws, the $199.99 HTC One X+ is currently the best Android buy on AT&T.

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9.0
Pocket-Lint Oct 30, 2012

The HTC One X+ is the best phone HTC has produced to date, it's bumped specs over the impressive One X make this a better experience, with credible battery life.

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8.0
SlashGear Dec 7, 2012

Other than the company’s flagship DROID DNA, the One X+ is certainly one of HTC’s best devices on the market right now.

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8.0
Time Dec 26, 2012

In the end, the HTC One X+ isn’t a major leap over the Galaxy S III, but I came away thinking it’s a slightly better phone...

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9.0
TechRadar Nov 2, 2012

There are so many things to love about the One X+ and it really is a great smartphone. We urge you to give it a whirl in store, and while it may not have the fancy tricks of the Galaxy S3, or the cult following of the iPhone 5, it's happily rubbing shoulders with the big boys.

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9.0
phoneArena Nov 2, 2012

We can't say that HTC “took a sad song and made it better” by upgrading to the One X+ ... HTC, however, changed the specs where it most counts, and as a result we have a handset that can go neck and neck with the seasonal Android flagships in everything but camera performance.

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9.0
TrustedReviews Jan 29, 2013

The HTC One X+ really is a top class high-end Android phone. It looks great, has bags of power and is rammed full of useful tweaks and features. If you're looking for a strong alternative to the Galaxy S3, then the One X+ is the phone to go for.

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8.0
Android Central Nov 8, 2012

The hardware improvements are welcome, but offer questionable value compared to the original One X, which is now heavily discounted online ... But if you want the best HTC Android phone around, and don’t mind paying a pretty penny to get it, this is the one for you.

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9.0
Notebookcheck Feb 16, 2013

Even the HTC One X+ doesn't represent the perfect smartphone. Our extensive review shows, however, that it can certainly compete with the best cell phones currently on the market.

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10
Kariudo Kariudo

I love this phone so far and couldn't be more happy that I waited to use my upgrade. I was disappointed by the iPhone 5 so I thought it was time to switch to android for my phone (I already had a Nexus 7). The phone is amazing, fast, and the screen is mind blowingly nice. Out in the sun the...

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naijaruns naijaruns

HTC did an amazing job here. I wanted the phone for the hardware, but I am completely blown away by the software. So many possible settings and personalization options it's just a lot of fun fine tuning the phone to provide exactly what I want from it. It's just an all round beauty and I'm proud...

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8.0
DWAnderson DWAnderson

Sense email app was way to slow when I tried to use it with two Exchange accounts. Battery life and speed of interface were just ok. I really enjoyed the form factor and Android ecosystem, however.

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8.0
silverfirefly silverfirefly

The HTC One X+ 64GB seems to be like gold dust here in the UK if you're after a decent contract. I found a decent plan via mobilephonesdirect.co.uk and T-Mobile. The handset was free on a 24 month contract and I just pay £31/mo. Everywhere else only had the 32GB available at the time. It's a...

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9.0
EricHope EricHope

The HTC One X+ is a great phone, and I love it. I'm a recent convert from iOS to Android, and the One X+ was my chosen vehicle to do it. I had a lot of concerns making this switch (I've been on iOS for years), and HTC has made it very easy. There are many things not talked about in the reviews...

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