Slim and light handset with an excellent camera, Android 4.0, no memory card slot
The One S isn’t as immediately impressive as the One X, but it's actually a better handset in many ways - thinner, lighter and with better battery life. It's still fast and comes with Android 4.0, and its camera is identical, but it also shares some flaws, notably the lack of memory card support and a swappable battery. The One S is available from £21 a month on a decent two-year contract, that's roughly £5 less than the One X. With that price difference, there's little to choose between these excellent handsets, though we narrowly favour the One X for its high-resolution display.
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Barry de la Rosa from Expert Reviews (May 03, 2012) Helpful