Type: Posts; User: Baldilocks
Looks good. :) Nice and clean.
From my own forum thread here: http://www.euphoricarythmia.com/showpost.php?p=466122&postcount=206
Mine is pretty straightforward.
HTC One X+ International.
I am in love with the build quality of my One X. The GS3 had better software, but that little home button was in a place that made it cumbersome to use. Hopefully the larger button and the better...
The rattle is probably the camera. I've had that rattle in just about every phone I've had lately.
It seems to me like a bad batch went through without any kind of quality control. I have watches that are anodized aluminum and after a few years they still look the same - no dents or scratches.
Anyone experiencing anything like this? Seems to be rampant and there are articles, stories and threads all over the web about it.
It's not faster than my Tegra 3 One X. :)
Sense is just a cluster. It doesn't work the way every other Android UI does.
Anyway, the hardware on the iPhone 5 is no doubt, going to be beautiful.
I have a One X and a GS3. While the One X is solid, there are just so many things that make it my secondary phone.
There is no denying HTC builds beautiful phones. Their software, however, is a...
They will probably be turning more on as the week goes by -- or maybe they are having problems. (shrug).
Actually it does still have two pieces of glass on the back..... :)
It's easy enough. Of course I have big hands and have gotten used to it. My thumb can easily reach all corners of the screen. It's all about the shape of the phone too. My HTC One X is a nightmare to...
Apple is going after vegetable vendors because they use an apple in their logo. Come on! Where does it stop? I'm not one for government intervention, but I am ALL for overhauling patent law.
Actually the GS3 is easy to hold and use with one hand and offers much more on screen real-estate.
The front camera on both seem about the same to me.
No, the new iPhone doesn't come with a...
While I am a fan of both ecosystems. I really think Apple has lost it's mind. I have never confused and Android phone, or it's OS with Apple or iOS.
A friend of mine who lives near Trolly Square in Wilmington confirms that LTE is live.
Actually Google Maps, on the iPhone was nowhere near as powerful as it is on Android phones. The new Apple maps app is light years ahead of the old native iOS Google Maps app.
If you are comparing...
It won't work with Sprint: http://www.phonearena.com/news/iPhone-5-is-incompatible-with-HD-Voice-by-Sprint_id34439
You mean the same way all other phone are built? And??
Call it an educated guess based on the materials used in the construction of the phone. This isn't my first rodeo. :)
Actually up until the latest generation of Dual and Quad core Android phones, they did run pretty choppy. And all Android versions, save 4.0 and above, looked like a cobbled together mess.
How's HTC's business plan working out?? ;)~