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A big, bold display

With its pumped-up Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and big 4.7-inch LCD screen, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean One X+ is hard to ignore. Read full review
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Slim and trim

Part of the trade-off with an embedded battery is the HTC One X+'s slim 0.35-inch thickness. Read full review
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A lone power button

On the HTC One X+'s top edge is its power button. Though it's hard to see, also placed here is a 3.5mm headphone jack to the right. Read full review
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A basic black back

The back of the HTC One X+ is charcoal black and holds the phone's 8-megapixel camera and LED flash. Read full review
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Insert your SIM

On the top lip of the HTC One X+'s back is the phone's micro-SIM card slot. You'll have to pop it open with the tool HTC provides. Read full review
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Flexible camera, imaging muscle

One of the best attributes of the HTC One X+ is its full-featured 8-megapixel camera. It boasts many extras, including panorama, HDR, and burst modes, along with lots of filters and swift performance. Read full review
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Typing that makes sense

The HTC One X+ uses the tried and true Sense software keyboard. It's both comfortable and accurate. Read full review
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Draw it to say it

Using the HTC One X+'s portrait keyboard with the Trace text-entry interface lets you form words by drawing lines through letters. Read full review
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What's on to watch

The HTC Watch app and video store serve up movies to rent and buy. Read full review
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An entertaining screen

The HTC One X+'s big 4.7-inch screen is bright, though at a resolution of 720p, it's not as sharp as competing 1080p displays. Still, it's not bad. Read full review
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