HTC One X Plus 

Released November, 2012
  • Android 4.2.2
  • 4G
  • 4.7"
  • Quad core 1.7 GHz
Sharpness is class-leading, color quality is spot-on, brightness is excellent even in direct sunlight, and viewing angles are on par with printed textbooks.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)
The phone has an excellent 8 megapixel camera with a BSI sensor, a fast f/2.2 28mm lens and an LED flash.
by MobileTechReview (Jan, 2013)
6.3 Out of 10

PhoneRocket Review Our evaluation of the HTC One X Plus

Performance

Processing power and speed

One X Plus
6.5
Nexus 4
7.4
Optimus G
7.6
Passmark, Geekbench, AnTuTu and BrowserMark

Graphics

3D and 2D graphics

One X Plus
6.0
Nexus 4
10.0
Optimus G
9.5
AnTuTu 3D

Battery Life

How long will the battery last

One X Plus
5.2
Nexus 4
5.2
Optimus G
5.2
Talk time, Standby time and Battery capacity

Reviews

How do our trusted review sites rank these products?

One X Plus
9.0
Nexus 4
8.7
Optimus G
8.0
Reviews from phonearena.com, mobiletechreview.com and androidpolice.com

6.3

PhoneRocket Score

Performance, Graphics, Battery Life and Reviews

One X Plus
6.3
Nexus 4
7.7
Optimus G
7.5

Benchmarks Real world tests of the HTC One X Plus

geekbench Processor and memory performance

One X Plus
394
Nexus 5
2,453
Xperia SP
2,105

passmark Processor performance including multiple coresData courtesy Passmark

One X Plus
2,032
Galaxy S4
3,414
Xperia ZL
2,836

AnTuTu Memory, processor, graphics and storage performance

One X Plus
13,801
Galaxy S4
24,894
Optimus G
19,078

BrowserMark How fast does the web browser load pages

One X Plus
1,001
Optimus G
2,992
Galaxy S4
2,670

AnTuTu 3D 3D graphics performance

One X Plus
1,229
Nexus 5
6,860
Nexus 4
6,333

Reviews Word on the street for the HTC One X Plus


10.0
Colors are rich and accurate and auto-brightness works perfectly, unlike our Galaxy S III that keeps us in the dark on auto-bright.

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight

Screen

Reviewers have universally praised the display of the One X, and it remains one of (if not the) best displays ever put on a smartphone.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)
It's bright, crisp, and colors are great.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)
In short, HTC has made precisely zero changes to the display from the HTC One X, and for very good reason: because it's absolutely outstanding.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)

Battery

That's very good, but with heavy use the battery drops rather quickly.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)
The HTC One X+ has a 2100 mAh Lithium Ion battery that's sealed inside (up from 1800 mAh on the One X) and we've so far had no trouble making it through a full day (7am-11pm) with moderate use that includes everything but gaming.
by MobileTechReview (Jan, 2013)
If it's a smartphone you add a few more cores while cranking clock speed, increase battery capacity and cram in 64 gigs of internal storage.
by MobileTechReview (Jan, 2013)

Camera

It's really better to just focus on the image quality.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)
The camera is a really mixed bag.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)
Low-light performance is also good considering we're talking about a tiny phone camera, though.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)

Cpu

The One X+ moves up to the new NVidia AP37 1.7GHz quad core Tegra 3 CPU, making it faster than both our US One X with the dual core Snapdragon and the international 1.5GHz Tegra 3 One X. The phone benchmarks are at the top of the list in all tests and even more important, it feels fast in actual use.
by MobileTechReview (Jan, 2013)
Granted, I feel like just about every new Android device is snappy thanks to the current crop of processors and the polish of Android 4.0/4.1/4.2, but the point remains that even with all the bloat from Sense, every action is instant.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)
The Tegra 3 coupled with Ice Cream Sandwich already kept things smooth as butter on the One X, and with the X+ packing an even faster CPU and more optimized version of Android, things are better than ever.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)

Carrier

It keeps the same basic frame and the outstanding display, but packs a more powerful version of NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, and the AT&T variant even comes with LTE.
by Android Police (Nov, 2012)

Specifications Full list of technical specs

screen

Type Super IPS LCD2
Size 4.7"
Resolution 1280 x 720
Touchscreen Capacitive
Multitouch Yes
PPI 312 ppi

sensors

Has an assisted GPS Yes

music

Supports FM radio Yes

software

Operating system Android 4.2.2
Multitasking Yes
App store Android Market
Adobe flash support No
App store size 850,000 apps

connectivity

Acts as a wi-fi hotspot Yes
Supports NFC Yes
Bluetooth Bluetooth v4.0

form factor

Weight 135 g
Thickness 8.9 mm
Size 69.9 x 134.4 x 8.9 mm

hardware

Clock speed 1.7 GHz
Number of cores Quad core
RAM 1 GB
Internal storage 64 GB

photo & video

Camera 8 MP
Resolution 8 MP
Flash Yes
Secondary camera 1.6 MP
Video resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 30 fps

cellular

Generation 4G
Networks
  1. HSUPA (5.76 Mb/s)
  2. GPRS (0.01 Mb/s)
  3. Unknown (42.2 Mb/s)
  4. UMTS (0.38 Mb/s)
  5. EDGE (0.38 Mb/s)
  6. LTE (20 Mb/s)
  7. HSDPA+ (42.2 Mb/s)
  8. GSM (0.01 Mb/s)

battery

Talk time 765 min
Standby time 21,600 min
Capacity 2,100 mA·h
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