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With the f2.0 aperture, you can actually get some nice bokeh with the One X. But it's no comparison to a good DSLR and nice 50mm lens of course.
1 year ago on HTC One Versus DSLR Images, Can You Spot The Difference?
@ts0cha0tik @RaphiBF Ok. What I experience though is a (maybe) Sense-bug which I know from my old Desire HD. After 5 Minutes or so, the notification light stops blinking...maybe htis is done on purpose to save battery...?
1 year ago on HTC One X Owners Experiencing Message Notification Bug?
I own the global One X and have not noticed this...
@Liskrig The One X at least let's you adjust ISO which is really helpful in low light situations. I keep it on ISO100 all the time, thus the imaging processor won't try to brighten up the image. This way, there is little to no noise in low light which is great and works like I have never experienced on a smartphone before. The BI-Sensor is great, too, combined with the 2.0 aperture. With a manual mode however, there would be countless possibilities - especially with a sensor this great. Since I bought a DSLR and some nice lenses, I sadly don't have fun anymore, taking pictures with a smartphone...
I got the white international version and it's simply the best phone I've ever had. It's incredibly fast while NOT sacrificing battery-performance cempared to my Nexus S - which means it can even rival the iPhone 4. Of course, if you really use the power that is hidden in this handsome shell, the battery will drain faster, since there is just more displacement under the hood that needs to be fed. And it has - finally - a great screen. My biggest gripe with HTC since the days of the legendary Desire which i loved to use back then. Until the HTC OneX it was the last HTC phone to feature a screen that really set the standard. I also think, that the playcement of the Powerbutton on the side (Samsung style) makes more sense. But there is always something to moan about...;)
1 year ago on HTC One X: First Impressions and Gallery