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Ever since our hands on with both One models (S and X) earlier this year, we developed an infatuation with HTC’s new flagship series. Aside from polishing up our favorite Android UI (Sense 4.0), the mobile manufacturer familiarized us with its gaming-changing camera technology powered by its ImageSense processor and capable of shooting photos at over four frames per second. Sleek ergonomics, improved Beats Audio, and an eye-catching 4.7-inch Super LCD 2 display had the One X billed as the best Android phone of 2012 through the mid-year point. And just when we thought HTC couldn’t improve on its original creation, the company launched a faster and more powerful version in the One X+.