HTC One X+ Challenge: The ConclusionAaron Baker - Director, Content and Partnerships
The HTC One X+ challenge is over, and I'm talking about my likes and dislikes on the phone. Since the start of the 30 day challenge, we've seen the announcement of the HTC One, the newest flagship in HTC's iconic product line. It brings some great things to the table, and will be available soon on AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in the US.
New phones aside, I like the fact that the HTC One X+ packs 64 GB of internal storage for a reasonable price, and I'm a fan of Android 4.1 with HTC Sense 4+. It's still a bit bloated, but the personalization options are rich and the included keyboard is very nice. The downside is the 1 GB of RAM - considering how resource-heavy Sense is, 2 GB is needed to function well.
I'm going back to my Galaxy Note II (and the Nexus 4 I'm carrying on Straight Talk for the latest 30 day challenge) for now. What challenge would you like to see after the Nexus 4? Let me know below!