Jeez, it's been a while.
Let's talk about the HTC One X. I'm about to buy one as a secondary "toy" phone, as I currently have a 4S on AT&T here in California. I was about to pull the trigger last week, but decided to hold off as I researched the differences between these two phones.
Basically, there are two different One X models I'm considering:
The US, AT&T version:
- 4G LTE
- Dual-Core Snapdragon S4
- 16GB Storage max
- 2GB RAM
- AT&T BloatwareThe International version:
- No LTE, Not sure about 4G (don't think so)
- Quad-Core Nvidia Tegra 3
- 32GB Storage max
- 1GB RAM
- HTC Sense
I was initially leaning toward the International version, simply because of the quad-core chip and the clean, Sense interface. However, I hadn't realized that it lacks LTE (which isn't available by my house, anyway). Does anyone know if the International version may support AT&T's 4G (HSPA+?) service based on its operating frequencies (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz)?
Also, it seems like Engadget, along with many other reviewers, noted that the AT&T version with the dual-core Snapdragon is actually faster overall in benchmark tests, AND boasts a slightly longer battery life compared to the International Version with the quad-core Tegra.
I shouldn't be spending THIS much time obsessing over small differences, but I'd like some input/opinions/suggestions from y'all. What do you think?