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It's time for a dogfight between family!  This time around, Aaron's throwing the HTC DROID DNA up against the HTC One X+.  The DROID DNA packs a 1.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, 5-inch 1080p HD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 2,020 mAh battery, 4G LTE, 2 GB RAM, and Android 4.1 with HTC Sense 4+.  The HTC One X+ is an evolutionary update to the One X, and features a 1.7 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU, 4.7-inch HD display (720p), 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, 4G LTE, 1 GB RAM, 64 GB of internal storage, and Android 4.1 with HTC Sense 4+.

They're both rocking some killer specs, but when you boil it down, it's the 1080p HD display versus 64 GB of internal storage.  Which one will win?  Part 1 of 2.


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Anthony Williams
Anthony Williams Expandable memory will always be a must IMO. Servers although rarely can fail. Not to mention if one is not able to to connect to the cloud because of location, or interference of signal.Streaming music (small file size) is one thing but how abut video content? These files can be quite large >5GB depending on the quality of the file. At some point the cost of storage will become a factor for some or perhaps many. Besides why should I pay for cloud use when I can have files locally, access them quicker? Currently I have a Galaxy Note II with 16GB internal memory and a Class 10 64GB memory card. All of my videos, Pics, and music are local with the cloud as a backup..
deliankirov
deliankirov I`m taking the htc one x plus
Desmond Foong
Desmond Foong It's not the cloud that people have a problem with, it's that service providers practically dictate features of a phone to get you to use the cloud, thus increasing the need for more data. More data = more profits. Read between the lines.
Matthew Hart
Matthew Hart DNA hands down. Storage is getting to be a thing of the past. More people should rely on the cloud rather than cluttering up their phone with scads of downloads. Quit being packrats, people! It's a lesson we all should learn.:-)
Angel Hernandez
Angel Hernandez One x +. Rather have 64Gb of storage then 16 lol.
Naqi Haider
Naqi Haider One x +
Fernando Sidney Alexandre Chimuco
Fernando Sidney Alexandre Chimuco Two very silmilar devices, but i go for DROID DNA
Adam Schulte
Adam Schulte DNA :)
Christopher Chu
Christopher Chu DNA!!!!
Saad Khan
Saad Khan I'd take the HTC One X+ not only for the massive 64 GB storage(as 16GB is too small for me)but also because the size DNA is much larger than One X+(though still not as large as that impossible to carry Note 2),so yeah One X+ FTW!!!
Matt Ellis
Matt Ellis How can a phone with a smaller battery and much less memory win? Get real!
Reese Woodson
Reese Woodson I'd take the HTC One X+ just for the storage alone. 16GB is too small for me.
Branden Mitch
Branden Mitch Wish you didn't have to leave Aaron you will be messed!!!
John McPhillips
John McPhillips the answer is the DNA
Rashaud Cook
Rashaud Cook One X+
Derrius Weston
Derrius Weston I would like to see a dog fight between the nexus 4 vs droid RAZR HD to onscreen button phones
Kyle Krause
Kyle Krause DNA
Arpan Nexus Roy
Arpan Nexus Roy HTC Droid DNA is my choice Aaron.. :)




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