HTC One X VS HTC Droid DNA

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Key Facts HTC One X VS HTC Droid DNA

Phone HTC One X HTC Droid DNA
Category
  • Phablet
  • Phablet
Carrier
  • AT&T Wireless
  • Verizon Wireless
  • AT&T Wireless
  • Verizon Wireless
Release Date May 2012 (9 months ago) November 2012 (3 months ago)
Release Status Released Released
Networks
  • 3G (HSPDA/CDMA)
  • 4G (HSPA+)
  • 4G (LTE/HSPA+)
  • Edge/2G (GSM/GPRS)
  • 3G (HSPDA/CDMA)
  • 4G (HSPA+)
  • 4G (LTE/HSPA+)
  • Edge/2G (GSM/GPRS)
Operating System Android Android
User Interface HTC Sense HTC Sense
Price (with contract)
$99
$199
Price (without contract)
$445
$599
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CNET Rating
4 out of 5
Quad-core processing isn’t everything, and AT&T’s new $199.99 HTC One X proves it. This advanced Android has style, speed, blazing 4G, and power galore.

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4 out of 5
With quad-core power, 4G LTE, a lovely 5-inch screen, and a stunning design, the $199.99 HTC Droid DNA is currently Verizon’s best Android deal.

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PC World Rating
4 out of 5
The HTC One X is a fantastic phone, providing you can overlook its flaws. For some, the below-average call quality will most likely be a deal-breaker. For others, the One X’s weak audio recording capabilities and inclusion of bloatware will be what drives them to another handset like the Nokia Lumia 900 or Apple iPhone 4S (also both on AT&T). But for those who want a truly superior Android experience in a premium design and can look past these problems, the HTC One X will be a phone that you can proudly show off to your friends.

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4 out of 5
The HTC Droid DNA boasts one of the best screens on any mobile device, but suffers from poor battery life and an overabundance of bloatware.

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PC Magazine Rating
4.5 out of 5
With Ice Cream Sandwich, a stunning screen, and fast AT&T LTE, the HTC One X takes its place as the king of all Android smartphones–for now, at least.

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4 out of 5
The HTC Droid DNA for Verizon Wireless gets you the fastest performance and the sharpest display we’ve seen on a phablet yet.

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Wired.com Rating
9 out of 10
And actually, before we tested the One X, the Android champ was the Galaxy Nexus. But with the One X outmatching the Galaxy Nexus it in every aspect (design, processor, display, battery life, camera) outside of its operating system, we’re declaring a technical knockout. The One X is the new king of Android.

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6 out of 10

WIRED The 1920×1080 display is the best on any phone, both on paper and in real life. Mostly flawless performance from the quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and Verizon’s 4G LTE network. Looks kinda badass. Attention to ergonomic detail is evident in the curved glass and the curved, soft-touch back.

TIRED Crappy battery life. Display isn’t significantly better than the screens found on top rivals. At 5-inches, the screen is too big — a pain to use with one hand. Little hangnail plastic USB port cover has got to go.

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LaptopMag Rating
4 out of 5
The HTC One X’s jaw-dropping HD display and ultra-fast camera make it one of the best Android phones money can buy.

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4 out of 5
The first phone to feature a full HD display, the HTC Droid DNA delivers quad-core speed and a very good camera in a one-hand friendly design.

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-Features

Features
  • DLNA
  • FM Receiver
  • GPS Navigation
  • Graphics Accelerator
  • HD Playback
  • Microphone
  • DLNA
  • FM Receiver
  • GPS Navigation
  • Graphics Accelerator
  • HD Playback
  • Microphone
Keypad Options Touch Screen Keypad Touch Screen Keypad
Sensors
  • Accelerometer
  • Digital Compass
  • GPS
  • Gyroscope
  • Accelerometer
  • Digital Compass
  • GPS
  • Gyroscope

-Memory

Storage 32.00 GB 16.00 GB
Removable Memory There is no memory slot on the HTC One X. There is no memory slot on the HTC Droid DNA.

-Battery

Talk Time 10 hours 12 hours
Maximum Standby Time 384 hours 353 hours
Battery Capacity 1,800 mAh 2,020 mAh
Battery Technology
  • Li Ion
  • Li Polymer
  • Li Ion
  • Li Polymer

-Display

Screen Size 4.7 inch 5 inch
Display Technology LCD LCD
Screen Resolution 1,280 x 720 pixels 1,920 x 1,080 pixels
Pixel Density 312 PPI 441 PPI
Display Features
  • Additional Display Support
  • Ambient Light Sensor
  • Multi Touch
  • Proximity Sensor
  • Scratch Resistant Glass
  • Additional Display Support
  • Ambient Light Sensor
  • Multi Touch
  • Proximity Sensor
  • Scratch Resistant Glass

-Technical Specifications

Operating System Android Android
Operating System Version Android 4.0 Android 4.1
CPU Nvidia Tegra 3 Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 Krait
CPU Speed 1.50 GHz 1.50 GHz
Processor Cores Quad Core Quad Core
RAM 1,024 MB 2,048 MB
Dimensions 5.29″ x 2.75″ x 0.35″ 5.55″ x 2.78″ x 0.38″
Weight 130 grams 140 grams

-Camera

Camera Options
  • Autofocus
  • Burst Mode
  • Digital Zoom
  • Front Facing Camera
  • Image Stabilization
  • LED Flash
  • Panorama
  • Rear Facing Camera
  • Video Recording
  • Autofocus
  • Burst Mode
  • Digital Zoom
  • Front Facing Camera
  • Image Stabilization
  • LED Flash
  • Panorama
  • Rear Facing Camera
  • Video Recording
Rear Camera Quality 8 megapixel 8 megapixel
Front Camera Quality 1.3 megapixel 2.1 megapixel
Maximum Video Capture Resolution 1080p 1080p

-Connectivity

Wireless Connectivity
  • 3G
  • 4G
  • Bluetooth
  • Mobile Hotspot Tethering
  • NFC
  • WiFi
  • 3G
  • 4G
  • Bluetooth
  • Mobile Hotspot Tethering
  • NFC
  • WiFi
Bluetooth Version 4.0 4.0
Charging Connection
  • microUSB
  • microUSB
Interfaces
  • HDMI (via microUSB)
  • microUSB
  • HDMI (via microUSB)
  • microUSB
Headphone Connection 3.5mm 3.5mm
GSM Networks
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • 1800 MHz
  • 1900 MHz
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • 1800 MHz
  • 1900 MHz
HSDPA Networks
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • 1900 MHz
  • 2000 MHz
  • 2100 MHz
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • 1900 MHz
  • 2000 MHz
  • 2100 MHz
UMTS Networks
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • 1900 MHz
  • 2100 MHz
  • 850 MHz
  • 900 MHz
  • 1900 MHz
  • 2100 MHz
LTE Networks
  • 700 MHz
  • 700 MHz

Thanks for http://www.pocket-lint.com for the above review.

HTC One X VS HTC Droid DNA detailed review

When the HTC One X arrived earlier within the year, it simply took the smartphone show crown, blowing the U.S.A. away with its high component density and super-clear zero-air-gap screen. Fast forward six months and that we have already got a successor in waiting, within the style of Verizon’s Droid DNA. The DNA rocks a 1080p SuperLCD three screen versus the One X’s 720p SuperLCD 2, which means that it boasts a banging 440 ppi (pixels per inch) compared to the One X’s 312.

It should not be shocking to find out that the Droid DNA produces crisp pictures in any case, it matches the component count of the typical high-definition television. However the One X’s screen is spectacular in its title, despite packing fewer pixels per square inch. As you’ll see in our close-up review of each phone, the differences between the Droid DNA and One X are noticeable but really delicate once viewed up close, icons, text and different on-screen parts do seem crisper.

Pixels aside, the 2 phones are pretty closely matched in color quality and brightness, too. The Droid DNA’s screen is ever slightly cooler and a trifle darker than the One X at full brightness, though these are not differences you may  notice unless you have each devices sitting side by side. For general daily use, each of those screens look spectacularly sensible.

HTC One X VS HTC Droid DNA You’ll be able to see for yourself once the HTC Droid DNA goes on sale tomorrow and keep tuned for our full review.

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