Its a typo - its a micro-usb on the HTC One X
There’s DLNA on board so you can stream to a compatible device, while a microUSB to HDMI cable will allow you to connect straight to a TV – HTC doesn’t supply one free, however.
The standard mini-USB and headphone connections are the only other points of interest around on a device that feels great in the hand thanks to a matt grey finish to the back, which smartly offsets the black, glossy trim around the screen.
So...does it have mini or micro usb. This is an important consideration.
The spec on the One X is awesome and IMHO when compared to the competition only the Samsung Galaxy S3 is really worth considering unless you just have to have an iphone (you certainly pay for it though don't you?!).
Having said this though I'm not impressed with the lack of a micro SD or the inability to change the battery. The "cloud" just isn't viable for storing large files (yet) and 32Gb of music and video really isn't that much even before you consider lossless or HD. Smart phone batteries simply aren't keeping up with the demands of the devices they are being put into so it's no surprise that the battery in the One X doesn't last that long. However not being able to swap in a spare or upgrade to a higher capacity is a major problem for a heavy user, and that's before you consider how much the battery will deteriorate over the course of an average 24 month contract.
My last five mobiles have been HTCs, I'm a big fan and I love the Sense UI, but if these "features" of the One X are indicative of future hardware it's likely I'll jump ship to Samsung, particularly if HTC don't manage to get an OLED into their next flagship phone (mainly for the battery life!).
- Proud owner of a Sensation XE and not upgrading anytime soon!!
I find it curious that you start off your comment with the line "the spec is awesome", then go on to list some of it's shortcomings, which I agree with. Finally saying you could soon jump ship!
Personally I don't think the spec is that awesome, being betterd by other phones to a lesser or greater degree. I don't think it is a bad phone, but just not awesome. My friend has just bought one.
I want a phone to replace my iPod touch, but as you point out, not enough memory or the abilty to expand the memory - phone makers TAKE NOTE !!!
Looking forward to having a longer play with my friends new phone.
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