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Well-designed and executed HTC One X+

Gift Guide HTC One X+

The HTC One X+ is A powerful upgrade of HTC’s well-designed and executed HTC One X flagship Android phone.

It brings a better quad core processor to the mix, that is double the number of cores on the U. S. version of the main one X, and it’s faster at 1.7 GHz.

It has double the storage of the main one X, and a beefier battery at 2100mAh. That’s especially nice, since the original already impressed using its 1800mAh power reserve.

Buy the HTC One X+ for anyone searching for their first Android phone. Seriously, the main one X+ is an excellent device that improves on its predecessor where it counts (performance and battery life) and leaves anything else just about exactly the same.

That’s an excellent thing. Particularly for newbies, HTC’s phones do a good job of delivering Android in a package that may maybe not attract Android purists, but that absolutely hits a sweet spot for general users.

Because HTC just quietly goes around performing a great job at making smartphones. It’s amazing to me that this company doesn’t have more of the U. S. consumer market.

Samsung makes some fine phones, but if I’m feeling only a little Android, I’d much rather grab the main one X+, despite better battery life and cameras on the Galaxy S III and Note II.

Really the only downside of the device is that it’s still only a little pricy on contract, but if you’ve got the money and Samsung’s designs just don’t excite you, here is the way to go.