HTC One VX review: AT&T's latest mid-range smartphone is worth a closer look
The One VX may not be perfect, but it offers a sleek design and good performance. It's currently our favorite mid-range Android smartphone on AT&T.
- Beautiful, slim designAffordable pricePolycarbonate buildSolid performance
- Comes with older softwareCamera needs some work
A basic grade school education teaches us that two is better than one, but it doesn't always work the same way when you add letters to phone names. In the case of HTC, the mid-range One VX is more of an average: it seems to take various aspects of the One X, One S and One V and jumbles them together into a $50 AT&T device (on contract). But does that mean this 4.5-inch qHD smartphone and its middle-of-the-road components offer an average experience? Not necessarily. Stay tuned below as we learn if the whole phone is greater than the sum of its parts.
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