I plan on picking up a SIM-unlocked GSM phone for use with T-Mobile. Now, the bootloader is not going to be unlockable on the One X, but I saw someone say that if you don't get the AT&T version, it will be unlockable. My question is: what exactly constitutes a One X that isn't that AT&T version? I mean, if I were to buy a SIM-unlocked One X, couldn't it have been an AT&T version that someone unlocked the SIM on, and thus I wouldn't be able to unlock the bootloader? Is there a SIM-unlocked One X that I can use in the US and also unlock the bootloader?
I hope my question makes sense, let me know if I need to clarify.
i have read on numerous sites that this phone is a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. which would be great if it was released just as such. However, AT&T customers will be getting half that. Yes, we will be getting Dual core processing and not Quad core.
Dual core S4 MSM8960 is actually faster (as a CPU) than Quad core Tegra 3... Geforce is of course a better GPU than Adreno (by little) The real deal with these chipsets is the battery life. Nvidia's is 40nm and Qualcomm's is 28. Even though Nvidia... (continues)
Does anyone know what the release date is supposed to be for this? I'm debating whether I should wait for it or just go with the Samsung Note. 😕 I currently have the Inspire and I love it! But I'm definitely ready for an upgrade.
International version has a 4 (+1) Core Nvidia Tegra 3 ... Dual core MSM8960 working at 100% is faster than tegra 3 as a CPU (by a bit more than a bit). Qualcomm's dual core is insanely fast! As for the graphics of course Nvidia is better (the same, by a bit more than a bit). They are almost on par despite the number of cores. Yet have to test the battery life for both "One X . Nvidia's is 40nm and Qualcomm's is 28. Even though, Tegra3 idles at lower power as it does whith light tasks. Draws more than the Snapdragon when working at full capacity. This bases on synthetic benchmarks though. I can't wait for phonescoop's review. Better if they test both devices.
Any information regarding battery life? With the Droid RAZR MAXX having a 3,300mAh battery there really isn't any excuse anymore. I don't buy into quad-core processors helping with battery life either. LTE alone kills it
They will. Apple will say this was the concept they were working on for the iphone 5 or some other nonsense. I'll be glad when these manufacturers come to a truce and realize that the only one's getting fat of these lawsuits are the lawyers.