Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Ozzieoh, May 8, 2012.
Used to own the indulge.. I bought the connect . Then he bought. The one x.
sounds like your dad is a one up kinda guy
I know .. not that cool really lol.. I thought this phone was fast and amazing. Then I went to his house and touched that monster ... but I know kindof a pointless thread
Very cool if he believes in making you suffer with a hand-me-down when he gets a new one:thumbup:
A 3.7-inch LCD screen, single-core 1GHz processor and 512MB of RAM, non-removable 1500mAh battery.. I would say in my own opinion your still ahead
might wanna look into what phone your talking about,
quad core 1.5ghz
4.7inch SuperIPS LCD2
32GB built in onboard storage (i believe an additional 25GB via dropbox but that number could be wrong)
dual band wireless n
the camera alone is an amazing improvement, you can do a burst machine gun of stills, you can do 1080p video and take pictures while you do video.
so his dad got a super awesome phone, as it is my wife wants the evo lte (sprints variant)
Yeah but the att variant has a dual core 1.5 ghz s4 chip but stull that insanley faster... and I was using the burst shot feature and it was amazing... I believe your thinking of the one v
The HTC One X is a nice phone but from what I hear the battery doesn't overheat. My Connect never lets me down on the cold days here in Michigan all I have to do is play angry birds on my Connect for a few minutes and then I have an instant hand warmer! What more can you ask from a phone. lol
Yes, I apologize as I was looking at the specs of the MetroPCS HTC One.. I got distracted
Would you guys care to watch if I did a lshort little dog fight of the one x to the connect to compare our phone with a flagship android phone
That would be pretty interesting :thumbup:
yes the US variants will have the s4 chipset with a15 cores which are insanely faster than the s3 found in the connect. (no where near the tegra 3 in the international.. but meh ) all the other features are still the same tho
S4 is faster at raw data processing and more efficient and battery conservative than the tegra 3 the only place its behind is in graphics but not by a huge amount
battery it wins hands down, however the raw data doesnt equal real world performance. there are some copmparison videos teh tegra 3 beats it in just about every way, from ui to booting...
but either way ive yet to find anything that bogs my photon down and its a tegra 2, so anything more than that is just overkill IMO