Despite the fact I already looked at the One X with its Tegra 3 chipset, I'm back with the other version to review - the Snapdragon S4 and LTE touting HTC One XL - to see if it's any worse or better
Nokia Lumia is no more. Long live Microsoft Lumia! (It's official now.)
Editorial: With Gadgets long dead, give us pinned Live Tiles in Windows 10
Philips Fidelio X2 headphones review
Windows Phone's future success lies at the low end, says Alcatel VP
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Included with devices such as the HTC One X and One S, HTC's Sense 4.0 UI presents a leap forward from previous designs, but perhaps the leap is not as large as it should have been
HTC acknowledges that the company's Sense user interface lost its way through years of development, becoming bloated, complicated and cluttered - but promises to return to its roots with Sense 4.0.