Why HTC One X Is Rubbish Compared To The Galaxy Nexus (Rant About Why Sense Should Die Already)

The HTC One X looks set to battle it out with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus very soon. With the HTC One X scheduled to land on Sprint as the HTC EVO 4G LTE, around the same time the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus launches, both these LTE phones will be gunning for the top Android spot on the third largest carrier in the US.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus vs HTC One X with Sense 4.0

At the same time, rumors peg the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to make its way to AT&T, the same destination for the HTC One X as well. With both smartphones boasting dual-core processors, almost identical display sizes (4.65″ on Nexus and 4.7″ on One X), and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, many buyers may find it difficult to pick which one to go with. If this sounds like you then read on.

Last week we rand through both smartphones in details and at the end reached the following conclusion. If you want a better camera, go with the HTC One X. However if faster updates were a priority then the Samsung Galaxy Nexus it is. Now, Brandon Miniman from PocketNow has made a made a 9 minute and 19 second video showcasing the HTC One X, and how it stands up against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the only other phone on the market to come preloaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. To give you a jist of what it’s about, it details just how garbage HTC Sense 4.0 is and how it will possibly have buyers overlook the more powerful hardware on the HTC One X and just opt for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which runs pure ICS. Check it out below.