We’ve just reviewed HTC’s latest amazing handsets – the One X and the One S – but we decided to pit the two head-to-head in the video below. Which one came out on top?
Without spoiling much, it’s probably not surprising to know that the quad-core, high-end One X generally performed better but the One S was no slouch. With its sexy design and subtle finish, it performed very smoothly: switching between apps was quick, launching new ones was fast and the overall experience was excellent.
The One X had a few advantages though, as its 720p screen looked much better and just made it pop in your hand more than the One S. It also had the Tegra 3 quad-core chip, so some games looked noticeably better than on the SnapDragon-powered One S. Still, the One X and One S will delight users but those wanting the bleeding-edge may want to go with the X.
Also, our friends at Engadget did an extensive comparison of the two. Check it out here.