Battle Vid: HTC One X vs. Samsung Galaxy Note

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Welcome to another Battle Video.  Today we have a good one for you guys. On the AT&T network, a new awesome phone launches every minute. We bring to you a battle between the carrier’s top-tier devices that are 4G LTE, dual-core processor packed, and HD screen ready. I am talking about a Battle between the HTC One X packed with Android 4.0 and its continuous shot camera versus the Samsung Galaxy Note with its 5.3-inch HD display and S-pen. To find out which is the best Android 4G LTE device on AT&T, check out the video below.

 

HTC One X: Is an Android 4.0 Smartphone, which sports a 4.7-inch HD super LCD 1280×720 display, running Android 4.0 with Sense UI 4.0. As mentioned, it is a 4G LTE device on the AT&T network. It has 1GB of RAM with 16GB of onboard storage (not expandable via microSD), all powered with a Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor at 1.5Ghz. It also has Beats audio, a 2 megapixel front facing camera, and an 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and zero shutter lag for some really cool photos. You also have physical buttons in place of the on-screen buttons you find on the Galaxy Nexus. These buttons include your back, home, and multi-task button.  The HTC One X is super slim and light weight for a 4.7-inch unibody device without a removable battery. The full review can be found at this link: HTC One X

 

Samsung Galaxy Note: Lets start off with an impressively large 5.3-inch display with HD Super AMOLED display (720p display, matching your home TV). Despite its large screen size, the Galaxy Note is actually a very light device and feels  comfortable. The Galaxy Notes is also a 4G LTE device, adding to the ever-increasing arsenal of 4G LTE Devices on the AT&T network. It runs Android 2.3.6 with a custom SDK that allows for S-pen functionality . The S-pen is a custom stylus-like device that has a click button for secondary functionality, and only works with the Galaxy Note. The Galaxy Note is powered by a 1.5Ghz dual Core processor, with 16GB of storage (expandable via MicroSD), an 8 megapixel rear camera (records at 1080p) and a 2 megapixel front camera for video chat. Plus it houses a 2500mAH battery.  How does it feel using the Galaxy Note and is the addition of a S-pen worth the hype and trouble?  Find out in the full review of the phone here: Samsung Galaxy Note.

 

Conclusion

Both devices are solid 4G LTE Android smartphones on the market, but it is quite clear the HTC One X wins it all here. You have a device that has a new faster processor with the Snapdragon S4 dual-core chip. A better all-around camera experience, plus Android 4.0, makes the HTC One X the best Android smartphone on AT&T and frankly in the market today.

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