In some alternate universe, the One S would be the flagship phone of HTC. There is the new space-forged body, a uniform thickness of 7.8 mm and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen – usually enough to qualify for the top slot. However, HTC decided to make this its (top) middleweight contender by putting the quad-core One X just above it – and launching it at the same time. Read our full review here: and subscribe to Engadget here
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