The HTC One X brings the best processor, an HD screen and a sublimely thin chassis as the Taiwanese firm looks to recreate the success of the original Desire.
The One X is a phone that's had us intrigued for a while -- running a quad core CPU Nvidia's Tegra 3) plus one of the largest screens on any HTC... and that's without being given a gargantuan name like the Titan.
It's clear from the outset what HTC is trying to do with the One X: shake off the slight doom and gloom surrounding the brand's fall in profits, and bring out a slick, powerful and, more importantly, useable handset that only costs ?36 per month (about $57) on a two year deal.
With Ice Cream Sandwich running from the outset, this is the phone that really takes HTC to the next level -- but is it a case of too much, too soon for a brand that's still really just over a decade old?
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