PocketNow: AT&T HTC One X Review

PocketNow: In AT&T's sea of interchangeable Android smartphones, differentiation isn't that hard. Samsung did it by blowing up a Galaxy S II to huge proportions and adding a digitizer-stylus combo to create the Galaxy Note.

With the One X, HTC has taken a different route, crafting a truly elegant piece of hardware out of unique, high-quality materials and loading it with software that, while not perfect, is certainly among the best out there. Those imperfections are very real; the inability to escape Sense's remaining heavy-handed touches, the awful keyboard, and the paltry 16GB of storage have all cost the One X a perfect score.

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