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HTC One VX Review

Are you looking for an Android smartphone that doesn’t cost much? At just $49 (AT&T’s 2 year contract), the attractive HTC One VX could be the best option for you. This Android smartphone features a high-quality camera, impressive 4G LTE and large 4.5-inch display. The HTC One VX also has Sense software and Beats Audio, and the device runs on the Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Let’s find out if this device is perfect for you or not.



The sturdy and smooth aluminum surrounding with rounded edges provide the One VX a stylish shape. The logo of AT&T looks fine enough above the 4.5-inch screen. The bottom of the device includes three buttons, which are Recent Apps, Home and Back. It is easy to get quick access to SIM Card and microSD Card slot. There is a headphone jack and power button on the top of the device. USB port is on the bottom, while the volume rocker is on the right side.


The Super LCD 2 display of the One VX’s has the good combination of pixels and size. The 4.5-inch screen has the resolution of 960 x 540 with the pixel density of 245 PPI. The display of this device is even vibrant than that of One X+.


The back-mounted speaker of the One VX gives pretty loud sound. More thumping vocals and bass are kicked by Beats Audio.

Interface and Software

The HTC One VX runs on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Because of this older software, you won’t be able to enjoy features like offline voice typing and Google Now. The Sense 4 software of HTC allows you to jump to any of the 4 application through just a swipe. The phone comes with three standard home screens, but you can add more from the widgets. The 3D carousel presentation of latest apps is the new feature.


The virtual keyboard allows you to type with good pace and minimal errors. The ability to long press on symbols and numbers is also great. In addition, the keyboard also supports Trace input.


The HTC One VX is powered by a dual-core processor, 8GB of internal memory and 1GB of RAM. The storage can be expanded up to 32GB through microSD. The 1.2-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 CPU offers a good performance for the price. Even the graphics-intensive game like Dead Trigger runs without any problem in this device.

Web and 4G

With the 4G LTE network from AT&T, the One VX delivers great data speeds. The Browser Bar from AT&T offers the great browsing experience.

Battery Life and Call Quality

The 1800mAh battery lasts for about 7 hours. The One VX is an average performer when it comes to calls.

Camera and Camcorder

The rear camera of 5-MP is able to capture up to 4 frames per second. The camcorder of 1080p is just fine. This device allows you to tweak everything from White Balance and ISO, with options ranging from Portrait and HDR to Close up and Panorama.

Author Bio:- Scott Garcia has been reviewing latest gadgets for many years. You may also like to read his macbook pro review.

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