The problem for the One X is that we are tempted to use it for everything, and we are bound by the lack of expandable storage. However, the cloud storage wars have begun, and arguably offer better security and certainly more capacity. Streaming content options abound. This phone relies on the cloud and the cloud benefits and grows by the demands of extremely powerful, always connected mobile devices. The future has become the present; the cloud and the phone are One. The HTC One X illustrates the importance of the cloud as much as it does the remarkable performance and utility of the device we hold.
The compute performance of the HTC One X is a felt difference. Like the PC in the old days when extracting more performance substantially improved the experience. So it is with these phones. As the processors become faster, they will also become more efficient and they will be able to throttle down extracting more use-time from their batteries. The Krait cores in the Snapdragon S4 debuted for America in the One X is peek into the future.
Does the HTC One X and the new generation of smartphones create a crack in the timespace continuum? Soon that, and other mysteries will unfold and be told here at BSN.
The HTC One X is available directly from AT&T Wireless or online at Best Buy and you can get a $50 gift card
with a two year AT&T wireless contract
For everything shown today, we have decided to give a thumbs up and give an Editor's Choice award to HTC One X:
Furthermore, for the Dedicated Image CPU, we have decided to give an Innovation Award:
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