HTC One X Problems: Screen, battery & other issues
All HTC One X Problems rolled into one, including screen, battery and Wi-Fi issues. But don't be disgruntled - it's still one heck of a handset
The HTC One X is bold and beautiful but it hasn’t been without its problems. As with any new invention, design and technical flaws come with the territory.
When the One X launched in the UK last month, the Android army threw a major strop after discovering a series of glitches that affected the handset's battery life, screen and performance.
We've already rounded up the new iPad 3 problems, so now we've shifted our attention to HTC's latest smartphone.
HTC One X Problems: Screen
As mentioned in our review, the HTC One X dons a remarkable 4.7-inch high resolution display, making it ideal for taking snaps and watching video.
Daniel Hundt, creative director at HTC’s design consultancy One & Co, told Lomas: "I was not aware of that -- maybe this [review unit] is not a shipping build. We would never let that ship."
Although no official statement has been made, it's likely that HTC will fix the problem when rolling out their next batch of One X handsets.