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HTC to Enter Low-Cost Smartphone Market Amidst Sales Slump

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bluecoyote

Feb 4, 2013, 2:15 PM
There isn't an owner of any HTC device that hasn't felt burned after it came out. Nobody likes buying a $600.00 phone and then having it sit with obsolete software for 12 months, while owners of competing phones get exciting new features. What's more maddening is that since ICS, Android upgrades have been mostly incremental.

Additionally, nobody likes buying a phone only to have half of its 'star' features disabled a month after owning it (remember HTCSense.com ?)

They said this was to be fixed when the "One" series came out, but that hasn't been the case. That's a shame, because they have hardware that's second only to Apple, but if they don't get their software engineers in gear, they might as well shut the company down now and sav...
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arox413

Feb 5, 2013, 8:24 AM
While it's still early for the One X+ and VX, I haven't heard too many complaints but the original One X is junk. By far the most problematic and returned phone for AT&T
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johnhr2

Feb 5, 2013, 11:04 AM
I have the HTC One X and its problems are about to cause me to return the POS or root and flash a ROM.
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arox413

Feb 5, 2013, 11:16 AM
May help but alot of issues are also hardware related with the one x not just bad software
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