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Despite the abundant fanfare and critical acclaim, HTC's One X just couldn't quite mark the spot in 2012. No wonder, then, that the company's lopped off that extraneous letter in favor of a fresher start and renewed brand focus for its latest flagship: the One.

Gone by the wayside are those pure polycarbonate hulls -- HTC's Sense 5-laden Android Jelly Bean (4.1.2) handset comes crafted with an all-around premium look and feel, housing its 4.7-inch 1080p Super LCD 3 display (boasting 468 dpi and protected by Gorilla Glass 2) in a machined aluminum unibody. And, in a bid for the top spot on the mobile totem pole, the One also bears the distinction of being (one of) the first smartphones to feature Qualcomm's quad-core Snapdragon 600, clocked here at 1.7GHz and paired with 2GB RAM.

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meh design is ugly
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Not digging the design either and still no SD card :/
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No, sd card and no replaceable battery. Sorry. But going to have to pass. Stick a fork in it, HTC is done.
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What recent flagship smartphones actually have a SD slot/changeable battery?

I think it looks great, and the specs are nearly perfect.
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It looks like iPhone 5. I smell a lawsuit. rolleyes.gif
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Hmm, that camera looks interesting, although it says 4mp 'Ultra Pixel' camera. I am curious to see some results and up to 60 fps video recording is also nice. This is one very fast phone...

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http://www.engadget.com/2013/02/19/htc-one-imaging-in-depth-ultrapixel-camera-and-zoe-share/
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It also supports 1080p HDR video recording at near 30fps and 720p at 60fps

Edited by Chris13002 - 2/19/13 at 10:03am
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I like it to be honest. Ive had the One X with 32GB of storage and ive never filled it or needed to remove the battery but again that's me. Filled up with apps, music and loads of pictures, not so much with video or such. Still room for nandroid backups though!
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No, sd card and no replaceable battery. Sorry. But going to have to pass. Stick a fork in it, HTC is done.

No microSD card is a let down; but replaceable battery? How often are you replacing your battery? No replaceable battery is not all that bad. It sure helps when it comes down to having to force the phone off, but how many times have people changed their battery throughout the day? The battery already in this device is huge!

Looks really nice. It's a good start for HTC again. I wish they would make some of their QWERTY phones again; those QWERTY HTCs were really nice.
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No sd card and no replaceable battery... really??

How could they not realize these things matter!
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