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HTC One X/S Hands on Opinion

Discussion in 'Android Forum' started by mthorn79, Jun 18, 2012.

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    Is it just me or do these phones not have the build quality all the other HTCs used to have? They just look really incomplete to me. Software is fine but looks like they're regressing a tad. Maybe they're tired of the portable electric shaver look?

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    I think they look better built than the older HTC phones, though I haven't held one or seen one in person yet. Hopefully they don't have the same weak screen problem that the Evos did.

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    Moved to the general Android forum.

    I have a One S on T-Mobile right now. I can't speak for the One X, though it's supposedly a slight step above the One S. I find the One S to feel very solid. It has a tighter feel than any previous phone I've owned, even the Razr/Maxx - and the *only* reason for that on the Razr/Maxx, is every one I owned had a loose feeling volume rocker that always rattled when the phone did. I know that's not every Razr/Maxx, but I had a few, and it was on each of the devices I had. The One S is very thin, but feels really solid to me. It definitely beats the Rezound, Thunderbolt, Inc2, and Sensation from a standpoint of feeling like a solid, unified unit. Never had an Evo, but I've had those other four.
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    I fixed a screen on an Evo and that phone just felt cheap. I've taken apart a few Motorola phones (Droid RAZRs, Pros, and some of a 2Global) and they felt more solid.

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