HTC One X review

The flagship Android handset comes with a 4.7in screen, revamped Sense overlay and 8-megapixel camera. Khidr Suleman finds out whether HTC has done enough to overtake its rivals.

HTC One X - keyboard

Multitasking is also given a different look when compared to the stock ICS handsets. Apps are displayed in full screen format, and the appearance of open apps resembles multitasking on Windows Phone operating systems more closely than it does stock ICS.

HTC One X - Recent apps
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