Review: HTC One X for AT&T
We rated the international One X a B- for the camera. The AT&T variant earns an solid A from Phone Scoop. Photos looked great all around. You can see the shots I captured in sunny Florida are bright, clear, perfectly exposed, and simply look excellent. Indoor as well as outdoor shots came out highly accurate and balanced. They're simply great pictures. The work that HTC put into the camera portion of this phone really paid off. You'll be pleased, no doubt.
Video quality was also much improved. I felt color was really good, as were exposure and the level of grain/noise. The one thing that bugged me was sound capture. If you notice in the clip below, the sound of wind is very loud and noticeable; in fact, there was but a light breeze when I recorded the clip. The One X somehow managed to enhance the wind and it sort of wrecks the audio portion of the video.
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