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    Google Galaxy Nexus
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    Samsung Galaxy S3
  • 17% (16)
    HTC One X
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post #31 of 67
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

Either Samsung Galaxy S3 or Galaxy Nexus.
HTC One X is the worst option of the three because it uses a low quality camera (same as last year's SGS II) and has a non-removable battery meaning you can't replace it when you have long days at work or meetings after work/school).

Such a biased post.

First of all, if there is any phone out of the three with the worst camera, it's the Google Nexus - which got rave reviews at its release, but every reviewer complained about its 5MP camera which at the time was way behind the iPhone 4S' camera.

Secondly, in reality and according to most reviews the HTC One X and SGS3 have very similar photo-taking capabilities, with the SGS3 slightly exceeding in lit environments, and the One X in dark environments. But they often trade blows, and there is absolutely no consensus which is superior.

e.g.: Anandtech: [On SGS3's camera vs One X] I have to say that the One X image is sharper, but not by much.

Techradar - Indirectly concedes that SGS3 camera is not the best and says "We can't see the Galaxy S3 winning many cameraphone of the year awards thanks to last-gen hardware on board."

Fact is:
- The HTC One X (NA version) has better battery life for talk time, browsing on mobile network and browsing on wifi (the last one is a significant improvement).
- The cameras are roughly equal.
- The HTC wifi connection problem that you so often flaunt has been solved over a month ago and so new models do not have that problem.
- These phones constantly trade blows perfromance wise.
- And finally as for displays, they both have their strong points; HTC with much brighter (80% more) and more natural color, and the SGS3 with deeper blacks.

So for my recommendation; if you don't care about the lack of micro-SD on the HTC, go for the One X.
If it is an issue go with the SGS3.

I do not recommend the Nexus. The device is definitely showing its age, and these two new phones definitely outclass it in many areas.
Edited by born2bwild - 8/12/12 at 12:22am
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post #32 of 67
Galaxy Nexus if you want to be the first for updates

S3 if you want a more recent phone with more features.

I owned an HTC phone in the past (Desire Z) and I couldn't stand the stock UI that HTC puts on their phones. I'd much prefer a raw android build like the Galaxy Nexus has, or Samsung's twist of Android which is actually half decent.
post #33 of 67
On top of that the SIII uses the same sensor as the SII. Can't speak for the One X but the SII's camera can't be that bad if you say the SIII is so great and they use the same one.
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post #34 of 67
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On top of that the SIII uses the same sensor as the SII. Can't speak for the One X but the SII's camera can't be that bad if you say the SIII is so great and they use the same one.

Nope. The Samsung Galaxy S III uses an upgraded sensor, whereas the HTC One X uses the old sensor of last year's SGS2.

HTC One X WiFi and 3G/4G Internet connection problems still exist. My friend got it last week and he can't connect to the Internet half the time and it suddenly disconnects without any reason.
Edited by Koehler - 8/13/12 at 10:39pm
post #35 of 67
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Don't know much about the Nexus but I hear it's pretty good. But I personally avoided the One X for 2 main reasons, non-removable battery, and no sd card slot. Those killed it right there. Been loving my S3 though.

I don't know much about the Nexus either, I've got a friend who was given a One X (long story). He likes it and doesn't care that it has no memory card slot. It's killed my want for that phone though, I'd suggest the SGS3 over it anyday even though I never thought of Samsung to have good build quality over HTC.

Having a removable battery is nice.. It seems that the One X is trying to be like an iPhone in a sense. The memory card slot is really nice to put your music/photos on as it doesn't need to be crazy fast internal memory.

That and I can get hold of a SGS3 outright for about $500AUD compared to almost $1000 for the top of the line iPhone and $700+ for the One X. I Don't know how much it is for you but I'm assuming the same. smile.gif

EDIT: Also the SGS3 is easier to root, and you can get one of those counter resets off ebay if you ever need to send it in under warranty.. rolleyes.gif
 
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post #36 of 67
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Don't know much about the Nexus but I hear it's pretty good. But I personally avoided the One X for 2 main reasons, non-removable battery, and no sd card slot. Those killed it right there. Been loving my S3 though.

I don't know much about the Nexus either, I've got a friend who was given a One X (long story). He likes it and doesn't care that it has no memory card slot. It's killed my want for that phone though, I'd suggest the SGS3 over it anyday even though I never thought of Samsung to have good build quality over HTC.

Having a removable battery is nice.. It seems that the One X is trying to be like an iPhone in a sense. The memory card slot is really nice to put your music/photos on as it doesn't need to be crazy fast internal memory.

That and I can get hold of a SGS3 outright for about $500AUD compared to almost $1000 for the top of the line iPhone and $700+ for the One X. I Don't know how much it is for you but I'm assuming the same. smile.gif

EDIT: Also the SGS3 is easier to root, and you can get one of those counter resets off ebay if you ever need to send it in under warranty.. rolleyes.gif

The htc one x is even esier to root, thumb.gif It took me 5 minutes. All you have to do is put it in fastboot and run a batch script.
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The htc one x is even esier to root, thumb.gif It took me 5 minutes. All you have to do is put it in fastboot and run a batch script.

CF-Root on the SGS3 takes about three minutes and that's including the time it takes you to plug in the USB cable and put the phone on Download Mode. All in all, you upload CF-Root's TAR file with ODIN, watch the SGS3 reboot for several seconds and you're back on Android...rooted.
    
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No but seriously the one x needs 1 batch file, that's it. It takes 20 seconds to get it into fastboot, another 20 to run the batch and then another 20 for it to reboot.
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Ill admit, the GNex is slowly showing its age...HOWEVER
It is very extremely highly supported by the XDA community, if not the most supported phone (for being a nexus device)
If you like to tinker with ROMs, kernels and such, and/or a DIYer this is the phone for you, no questions asked!

LOL, showing its age? Sorry but GNex with JB is insanely fast.
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LOL, showing its age? Sorry but GNex with JB is insanely fast.
I think he means in terms of release date.. It is starting to become obsolete compared to the S3. With the new Nexus phone rumoured to release in early 2013, I would wait for that.
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