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The AT&T version only has 16GB of internal memory while the international has 32GB. Another huge issue has been DropBox storage that was promised but not delivered to AT&T customers. I know it has to do with AT&T but HTC should never had said it was for all HTC One X customers.

By Athanasios Zarkadas

HTC One X AT&T Specification Review w/Video

5.0By Athanasios Zarkadas June 14, 2012 03:26 PM

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HTC One X AT&T Specification Review w/Video

Naturally, since the AT&T version of the HTC One X is different, I have to do a specification review to show you how. There are some subtle differences and there are some major differences as well. Scroll down to see the HTC One X specification review video.



To start, they say the size is different and it is. It is almost one millimeter different in height. The dimensions are 134.8 x 69.9 x 9.9mm and it weighs in at 129g. You will notice that HTC went all out on the design. The only thing that annoys me is the power button. Even when my finger is on it I find that I am always hitting it a few times before it actually gets pressed. It is HTC's placement. They did it to make accidental pressing a non-issue. They did what they wanted but they also made it a pain in the butt.



The camera is exactly the same that you would find in the international version. 8MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, auto focus,LED flash, 1080p video recording at 30fps, and take pictures during and after videoing. What I love most is the SLR action photo capabilities. Now I do not have to bring a camera as long as I have my HTC One X, plus when I video record, HTC has made the HTC One X record with stereo sound. Go ahead. Test out that Beats Audio.



The specification do not end there. The HTC One X comes with Ice Cream Sandwich which is Google Android 4.0.3 and added HTC Sense 4.0 to the party. I love both of the new operating systems. They run smooth and the new features are excellent. The only thing that I would like back is my menu button. I do not understand the reasoning behind getting rid of the menu button. I would get rid of the recent app button to have it back.



The biggest difference between the international HTC One X and the AT&T HTC One X LTE is the processor. The International HTC One X is incapabile of running on a LTE network but has a quad core 1.5GHz Tegra3 processor. The AT&T version is the HTC One X LTE which runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz processor. Both are fast and both are smooth running, but the Tegra3 runs a bit faster but uses more battery. I guess you take the good with the bad in this case.

The memory issue has also been a huge discussion. The AT&T version only has 16GB of internal memory while the international has 32GB. Another huge issue has been DropBox storage that was promised but not delivered to AT&T customers. I know it has to do with AT&T but HTC should never had said it was for all HTC One X customers.

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