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Early HTC One X Reviews are in – Incredible Display, Decent Battery Life, Impressive Performance and a Return to Glory

The first round of HTC One X reviews are in, and most are now referring to this device as the “King of Android.” While that can normally be said every other month when it comes to this platform, it has actually been months since the Galaxy Nexus was released and no other phone has really been able to match it in an overall package. The One X may have blown it away.

Most who have handled the device for any amount of time are calling this screen the best they have ever seen on a mobile device, with amazing viewing angles and some of the most natural and realistic colors around. As a 4.7″ Super LCD2 display with 312ppi, that makes sense. On the battery front, most are noticing favorable charges even with a quad-core Tegra 3 processor tucked inside. Now, it’s not LTE if it has the T3 inside, so there is one trade-off. Speaking of Tegra 3, for sheer processing power, no other processor can match this. With that said, the Snapdragon S4 is actually outperforming it in a number of benchmarks and will be used in the AT&T version since it works with LTE already.

The camera, which HTC has been bragging about, received decent marks. It’s better than the one on the Galaxy Nexus, but definitely not the best on the planet for a smartphone. In fact, the HTC Amaze 4G tops this one. HTC’s new ImageSense technology appears to be a major winner though, adding to the overall camera and video recording experiences in a good way.

Overall though, most that reviewed this are blown away by the total package. A beautiful design, with raw power, toned down Sense UI, amazing display, and above average camera, have made this the phone to have for Android enthusiasts. Too bad it’s not coming anywhere near Verizon. Rumors are swirling about that we may see something similar on Big Red this year, but again, “this year” could mean in 8 months when AT&T, Sprint and worldwide customers will have had it for months.

I should have the phone by the end of the week and will do a full review of our own then. In the mean time, check out some of the videos of the device from around the web after the break.  

The Verge:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I13ieKR2UEc[/youtube]

TechnoBuffalo:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKRJIa0Ltz4[/youtube]

Vodafone:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0sKSHD0Y1U[/youtube]

  • My next fone, hopefully <3

  • Iphone

    Who cares. Android sucks. I had an Android for over 4 years. I got sick of it and finally moved to iPhone. No crashes, great battery and no random reooots.

  • Truth

    “it has actually been months since the Galaxy Nexus was released and no other phone has really been able to match it in an overall package.” 

    the nexus is still no better than my thunderbolt. the tb has an unlocked bootloader & 4G (the main two reasons for purchasing a new phone), it came with 32GB of REMOVABLE storage, removable batt, 8MP camera, kickstand, and will officially have ICS. the nexus has non-removable storage, a much worse camera, and is currently plagued with bugs, and doesn’t even see ICS updates in a timely manner.

    the main thing the nexus has going for it at the moment is that the ENTIRE dev community is using / developing for it . . .

    • Truth

      i forgot about the dual core proc, which is an advantage if you are some hand-held l33t gheymer or watch 720p video encodes on your phone, but for normal use, imo, whichever proc uses the least amount of juice is better.

      i only use my phone for the normal stuff of: web, email, texting, music, ebooks, apps, etc. i don’t play games all day or watch movies on it to require a mobile version of the i7.
      so the benefits of the proc could go either way.

  • welll nexus number 4 is the worst yet,cant even make a call, oh well now on to number 5

  • Is this review made before or after the HTC software update a few days ago? The update that other reviews state made a huge difference in battery life? If the review is before that, then please make sure to take the latest update into consideration and review the battery life again. Because
    then you will have a 5 star review I think.

  • LionStone

    Looks good…but VZW will get something good too I hope from HTC with that screaming S4 and LTE!!

  • kava_breath

    i wish i could filter out these awesome phones that dont apply to me since im with Verizon

  • Currentsupply

    Sense is a no go for me. Nice looking hardware though.

    Is this addressed in the reviews? Does it allow for removal of all apps like the ics on the galaxy nexus to get rid of carrier installed crap ware?

  • NorCalGuy

    Looks good but i wish phone manufactures would start designing phone cases that didn’t have the camera popping out, that is one of the few things that i don’t like about my nexus is that the only scratch it has is across the little piece of material in between the case and the camera lens.  Now on this phone it looks like its going to spin on that big ol silver disc on the back and after a week its going to look trashed.

  • To all the HTC haters: IN YO FACES!!!

  • I will just wait for the Galaxy SIII.

  • I made it fifteen haytches on the Vodafone review and then I couldn’t hear anything but the haytch… so I had to close it.

  • weaponx

    All the reputable Android sites have spoken…the reviews are most definitely in…the gnex is vastly outmatched…no contest…the title of this article should read, “HERE IT IS FOLKS…THE GNEX KILLER”

    • Jslafarr

      That is funny to me as this article has nothing to do with comparing the gnex.

      This looks like a cool ass phone but if you gave me 2 of them I’d keep my gnex.
      maybe if it had LTE and soft keys – but it doesn’t.

      No contest lol – this is the only phone that can compare with the gnex, how is it” vastly out-matched”?

      You must not have one

  • I really really want android devices to start offering the ability to change the theme instantly to stock, Google please put built in theming as part of jellybean. If I could click a button to change from Stock to sense and have the ability to buy more I would love that.

  • weaponx

    “No other phone has been able to match it in overall package”? Please…That is like the overstatement of the century. Gnex is good, but not great.  ATT does get “better’ phones, I have to admit that even though I don’t like them as a company. 

  • frankandsimple

    It’s mind boggling how most “good” phones end up going to ATT.. I mean.. even if they are to be GSM.. why not go with T-Mobile and tap into their HSPA+ network?

    AT&T is THE worst company when it comes to telecommunication. 

    • Well, AT&T has LTE and standard GSM bands. And T-Mobile has that 1700MHz band which no one likes.

  • I have just about HAD IT with Verizon. If another carrier had decent service in my area, I would love to switch to a company Not named Verizon. …don’t get me started on the VZW LTE GNex outbound audio troubles.

    • ShiggityX2

      I have the Rezound (after returning the Bionic AND the GNexus), and it is a seriously great phone.  It will get ICS hopefully this Friday, is a little bulkier, and though battery life isn’t great it is removable and replacements are cheap.  I was frustrated with Verizon forever but thankfully they got it right by carrying this phone.

  • DanWazz

    I have to say that the device looks good. I can see this design competing for  with the Galaxy S series for best design. It’s slim, minimalist and attractive. The screen is huge and it has top of the line hardware specs )except for the battery, but that’s HTC for you). The only downside are the captive buttons and no Verizon. I love the software keys on the Nexus and would hope more OEMs adopt them, and I’m on Verizon so this phone isn’t an option. I can see a lot of people going for this phone, it just not for me. No Nexus, no care.

  • I’d be all over a keyboarded variant of this.

  • this makes the gnex look really really bad,

    • will bartlett

      quit crying, live with your decision to buy a nice phone in the gnex. i only see you posting crying about stuff that can be fixed on your phone.

      • picking up my 4th nexus in a little while,hoping they will give me the option of a maxx with gnex on the next one

      • so if you bought a car and the motor was no good, you would be ok with having to fix it yourself?

    • Jslafarr

      if you say so – i wouldnt trade up my gnex even if this had LTE. hardware buttons are a thing of the past – as well as ugly. who doesnt like just a huge black screen? 

      if i could swap out parts between this phone and the nexus then maybe it would be worthy of going in my pocket.

    • Q

      You know what looks really bad?  When a menu button appears on the One X..
      http://www.androidcentral.com/htc-one-x-shows-us-why-developers-need-lose-menu-button 

      Wtf was HTC thinking with hard capacitive buttons?  The thing I like about the Gnex is they really decided to go “next level” with the design of the phone.  It’s like all the other manufacturers are still trying to hold on to the past with their designs.

  • thereasoner

    I am tempted to make this my first HTC phone, it’s awsome. It’s just that i want to see the GSIII and maybe the new Nexus before i make up my mind.

  • no LTE?! that seems awfully backwards to pack the phone with power and then CAP its ability for data….Its like having an awesome gaming pc and only having a dual band dial up connection. Phone does look sweet tho!

    • bakdroid

      There are LTE versions but they come with the S4.  Tegra 3 does not support LTE.  No quad core supports LTE at this moment.

  • better camera than the nexus?   lmao… how good would it have to be to be better than that piece of crap   lol

    • weaponx

      They say that cause the guys running the site brainwashed a lot of peeps here into thinking that the gnex is the greatest thing ever….until they bought it and saw for themselves…LOL!!

      • Benjamin Landwehr

        LOL!!!  If it was bad we would have returned it in 14days! HAHA! xD D: -_- 😉 🙂 :p

  • Gerret Walczak

    More 4.0 phones to the market can NEVER be a bad thing. My only complaint is the lack of my favorite 4.0 feature, onscreen buttons!

  • Youllreachus

    I laughed out loud when I saw that auto correct put front gagging camera. Let’s try front facing camera. No more texting while driving and at stop lights. 🙂

  • Youllreachus

    Dang voice typing, that was supposed to be rezound.

  • Youllreachus

    I have the reason sound and right now I am very happy with it except for the battery life. moderate use only gets about seven or eight hours. the developer community has been great. XDA developers has many different gingerbread and ice cream sandwich roms from which to code as well as great instructions. my phone is debloated and real fast.the x1 looks great except for battery, memory and possibly the front gagging camera. the rezound has an hd 2mp one that takes amazing video and I don’t think I could give that up.

  • Liderc

    This actually looks interesting but there seems to be a few flaws.

    They should have fit a larger battery in, but I guess since LTE(real lte) is out of the question they aren’t that worried about the battery lasting all day.  I would like to see manufacturers start to look into what Moto did with the Maxx though, especially since the battery is non-removable.

    Sense still seems very apparent in the UI and while I actually like sense over the other skins, I still hate skins over stock ICS.  It really is a great UI and while we’d be able to put stock ICS on it if we wanted, the average consumer won’t be able to and I think this is still Android’s biggest problem, continuity between Android devices.

    The screen looks amazing and the design is fairly good.  I do wish they would have thought of a better name for this, the One, X, ect… is going to get old.  Maybe it’s difficult to secure interesting names in the patent system so they resort to simple names to prevent legalities. 

    I’m also wondering how big it is since it has a 4.7” screen + hardware nav buttons.  Seems like this would have been the best place to start using software buttons.  People don’t realize it but software buttons are great because as soon as you want to use the whole screen(videos/pictures/camera ect…) you’ll have the full screen to 

    Biggest shame of all though is not bringing it to Verizon, the most progressive service in coverage and speeds in the US.  Does LTE still have issues?  Yep, but the speeds are insane and all phone companies should be looking to make their phones an option on the network, especially a flagship like this. 

    • unaffected

      No LTE means no Verizon.

      • bakdroid

        There is LTE, just not with Tegra 3.  Verizon just wants their crappy Incredible 4G.

      • Liderc

        Apparently you didn’t read my post, I said it’s a shame it’s not coming to Verizon. 

  • Jslafarr

    9/11 was an inside job.

    gnex is better overall… imo –  but id like that screen though.

  • HTC1

    sweet phone.   but i don’t think i can ever own one again  with “hard” buttons. thats the one thing i have to have now. Verizon won’t get anyways but even if they did I don’t think I could make the switch. Too bad because that thing looks nice. and i hate to say it but me being a business user, i kinf of miss Sense. and 4.0 looks real nice……

  • Q

    Uggh.. Sense looks like hot garbage.. no desire to give up Gnex for this.  What does Moto have on the Horizon?  Their ICS builds dont look like skinned crap.

  • duke69111

    I’m not really a fan of white phones, but this one looks nice.

  • Michael Forte

    No menu button was a horrible move, because when it does show up, it just takes up screen space.

  • Asuriyan

    I’m sort of glad (in a wierd way) it’s not coming to Verizon. I upgrade before my contract date too often anyway.

    Not suggesting having choice is bad. Simply stating my lack of impulse control when it comes to ‘latest and greatest’ Android phones 🙂

  • Keith Sumner

    Come on Verizon, don’t mess this up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • wastry

    The amount of butthurt GNex fanboys in the comments is astounding.  I guess when your halo phone doesn’t actually walk on water, you can’t do much but whine on the internet

    • snowblind64

      Looking at the comments I see far more anti-nexus trolls (like you) than anything else.

      • abrego47

        by your comment he is right!!!!! this is a post about a different phone not the nex!!!!

    • Benjamin Landwehr

      If the GNex was this bad, I would have returned it within my 14days. Lawl.  But nice try.  I won’t lie, having the MAXX’s battery would be completely outstanding – especially if removable.  But, I’ve had nothing but good times with my Nexus.

    • Azndan4

      Motorola sucks. Stop overcompensating for your tiny peen.

  • Davros

    By the time Verizon gets it it will probably be a Windows phone 😉

    • unaffected

      Yes please!

  • Incredible Display: +10
    Decent Battery Life: +10
    Impressive Performance: +10
    Sense 4.0: -1000

    It’s a shame this thing is getting good reviews. Now HTC will be encouraged to keep working on Sense. We’re sending them the wrong signal.

    • Keith Sumner

      Yes but fortunately HTC is bootloader friendly so I’m sure changing from SENSE would be a non-issue.

      • NotRelevent

        I think it’s more the fact that you have to do that in first place.

        • abrego47

          but anyone that roots does that to any device!!! not just sense

  • hkklife

    The lack of a removable battery ,lack of expandable storage (or at the very least a 64GB SKU) AND that protruding and easily-scratched camera lens pod are all issues for me.   And I still think Sense’s best years are behind it. 

    HTC would be better off slasing the Sense stuff and funneling those $ towards getting the latest & greatest  Android OS updates and perhaps fielding a new line of next-gen tablets. 

  • The X should had been the new nexus.

  • FreyGrimrod

    No removable battery means no dollars, euros, or reminbe from my wallet.

  • Jak_341

    King of Android? Not hardly. Non removable battery, no LTE, Sense, and HTC’s poor track record of upgrading make this merely above average. The GNEX still is the king. Don’t see that changing any time soon.

    • wastry

      Poor record?  They were one of the first to update to ICS, way before the Nexus S, and HTC has been pretty damn good about releasing the bootloader for their phones after launch.

      • evltwn

        Which HTC phone is running ICS? Not speaking of custom roms either.

        • Brandon Tanis

          The HTC Vivid is running ICS officially from AT&T! Not speaking of custom roms, too.

          • evltwn

            Ok, no need to get all !!! it was just a question.  The Vivid was just updated with the last week or 2 to ICS.  That’s good.  It’s actually the 1st time I’ve seen an HTC phone get a software update before other manufacturers. 

    • weaponx

      Apparently to many here…KING of disapointment..

  • BA_Carroll

    When it does come to the States (AT&T) it is going to only have a dual core Snapdragon processor because of the LTE radio. That’s like saying you can have this Ferrari but it only has a four cyclinder engine.

    • wastry

      Snapdragon S4 is outperforming the Tegra 3 in almost every benchmark.  It’s a beast of a 28nm processor

      • BA_Carroll

        Yes it does outperform in most test but, the GPU test it lacks in. Again lets give it an awesome 720p display but an under-powered Graphics processor.

    • Droidzilla

      More like comparing an under-engineered V8 with 425bhp to a turbo H4 with 475bhp.

  • meh….

  • Tony Allen

    I’ll be picking up a GNex this summer on VZW to replace my Bionic. This is nice and all, I just have a feeling that this won’t be supported by the devs as well as the GNex.

    • CORYK333

      Devs are gonna be all over this, bet on it

  • nahbro25

    “Good News Everyone… Your new 1-X phones have arrived”

  • I want it on Verizon

  • T4rd

    Meh.  Doesn’t make me want to replace my G-Nex with it.  Looks nice though.

  • El Big Chris

    I do like the design, and the white makes it look very nice.

  • Fenrisakashi

    No LTE. Lulz

    • Let me correct your comment:

      “Not on Verizon. /sob”

  • itsgonnalast

    Agreed.  The 1,800 mAh battery seems way too small, especially now that Motorola has shown what can be done with the Razr Maxx and its 3,000+ mAh battery.It’s a shame because other than the battery the One X looks pretty good.

    • Droidzilla

      I’ll wait and see how the S4 does in battery tests, but I agree that the specs of that battery don’t impress.

  • summit1986

    Looks nice!  Not sure if I’d consider it to replace my GNex, but it looks very solid.

  • It does, when it’s released on a 4G network. 

  • The non-removable battery is close to a deal-breaker for me in general. I’ll be looking at these phones when it’s my wife’s turn to upgrade and the price has come down a bit. But she burns through battery and is accustomed to having 2-3 batteries with a full charge to cycle through. 

    She can’t always be close to a charger, and she can’t afford to not have a charged phone, so it’s a big problem. 

    • bakdroid

      Tis the future.  Removable batteries and sd cards are a thing of the past.

  • Dshudson

    yeah I am do for a new phone.. this Gnex makes me want to kill myself.. 

    • RadicalPie

      Do it… jk

      • Tony Allen

        Not jk.. if the Gnex is really so bad that he feels the need to kill himself over it. Then I don’t want to live on the same planet anymore.

  • leetusername

    The lack of a removable battery is a serious issues for me.  

    • Destroythanet

      Agreed. Having a removable battery is a HUGE plus for power users.

      • evltwn

        Depends on how big the the battery is. Speaking as a Droid RAZR MAXX owner, i’m spoiled by the battery. What are the specs for the battery of this phone?

        • Kyle Fullmer

          I always said if the battery is large enough than it doesn’t matter… but after having multiple batters on my Charge I understand why people want it.  Being able to go from 20% to 100% in a reboot is awesome.  Sure the MAXX may last all day, but if they had made the battery removable it would last multiple days.  There just isn’t a reason not to do it.  Unfortunately androids are going iphone, no removing anything.

          • evltwn

            Having a phone that lasts through my 12 hour shift at work and is only down to 50% at that point beats having a phone that needs multiple batteries to last as long.  I’ve been there….carried around a charging cord at work so I could charge during my shift.  Thankfully those days are over.  
            I’ve heard with AT&T’s network, GSM, that it is more battery friendly with LTE phones.  No switching between radios like Verizon’s CDMA network.  That maybe the reason for the 1800mha battery.  

          • Kyle Fullmer

            How will your phone fare for a 3 day hike? I imagine if 12 hours gets you to 50%, you aren’t making it multiple days.  What about if power goes out and you can’t charge over night? I know my Charge would be fine because I have a half dozen spare batteries and can always buy more.  The RAZRs battery life is excellent, but it shouldn’t be a reason to give up features.  Imagine being able to swap MAXX batteries.  And I haven’t needed a charging cord in so long.  Batteries are slim and easily fit into my pocket.  If I know I am going to be out for a while I grab a battery or 2 and know that my phone will last longer than non-removable battery phone.  A battery in each pocket (or in the car) is hardly a problem.

          • evltwn

            Now you’re just being ridiculous.

        • Josh King

          Regardless of how big the battery is, eventually it will die out and than you will be left with having to take apart your phone or getting a new one. That is something I find to be a problem.

          • Dude

            I have never had a problem with a battery needing to be replaced in any cell phone I have owned.

          • RationallMan

            I have a lot of friends that call me, and I text a bunch and check out websites and google maps to meet up with friends, so yeah, it’s a problem, I can see how it wouldn’t be for people without friends etc though.

          • Djohnson

            I can see how someone who does not like being or going anywhere without a cell phone will be upset about a battery that can’t be removed. I never had a problem with having a removable battery maybe because I don’t use it every 10 minutes all day. I have a life to live without having a phone in my hand all day. Texting and calling people all day. Because with “all your friends” calling and texting you…lol.

          • Dude

             What does having friends have to do with a battery completely dieing and needing to be replaced? I’m not talking about charging. I’m talking about buying a new battery..

          • evltwn

            I’ve never had a battery die out on any of my smart phones where they had to be replaced.  I’m on my 3rd Droid phone.  OG Droid, DX and now the MAXX.  No worries here.  In fact I have a friend who just recently replaced her 1st generation iPhone with a iPhone 4s.  And that was only because her iPhone finally stopped working due to software issues.  That’s 4 1/2 years.  Sorry, but your arguement about needing to replace the battery anytime soon doesn’t hold water.

          • LAmDroid

             really?? you must not charge your battery very often. typically, after the amt of charge cycles over the course of 1 – 1.5yrs , even OEM batteries only lasts half as long at 100% charge. aftermarket batteries tend to deteriorate a little faster while the really cheap aftermarkets only lasts a few months.

            this has been the case from cellphones, to laptops, to vacuum cleaners, etc. It’s just the reality of rechargables.

            you really havent noticed that your battery hasnt been lasting as long as it did 6mo.s ago? you may be pleasantly surprised if you actually buy a new battery from a reliable mftr.

          • evltwn

            I had the extended battery from Motorola for my DX. I can honestly say that battery life was consistent from day 1 up until the day I sold the phone and battery a year later. I stick with OEM as much as possible.

          • Noyfb

            still using my og droid as a music player with stock original battery, and i get 5 hours of straight music play till the warning pops up notifying me it has 16% battery left. had it for 2 yrs 4 months. I use it instead of my gnex for music since the volume sucks even with s a labs eqalizer, and volume+ didnt work well either.

          • Dude

             I always have my phone plugged in and charging whenever I can. I have never needed to buy a new battery. Keeping mobile devices plugged in is supposed to be the worst for electronics batteries, yet I guess I am the exception for some reason.

          • kixofmyg0t

            Thats only really the case when you let a battery completely discharge(well not completely, up until the phone shuts off). THAT’S what reduces a battery’s capacity. My DX with the stock 1500mAh battery will still last just over a day running ICS under light use. I charged it every single night and it only dipped below 5% before charging once. Maybe if you took better care of your batteries you wouldnt have that problem. 

        • Noyfb

          he said 1800

    • patapongirl

      Gotta agree with this one. 

    • bakdroid

      Then you have a problem with the future of Android.

      • leetusername

        If I have the choice between 2 phones with similar specs, one with and one without a removable battery, it’s a no brainier for me.  I feel Android is all about choice, and removing my choice to extended my battery life or to exchange it when I have worn my current one into the ground bugs me.

        I have a GNEX and 2 extended and 2 stock batteries.

        I would even select a phone with lower specs even if it was priced higher if it meant I could pull the battery.  There are limits, as with anything.  I am not going back to Moto’s boot-loader fiasco either.  My disappointment in that outweighs my stance on batteries.

    • Atst88

      Want to know what kills me? Why can’t you just carry one of those battery packs. I mean, Yea, it’s slightly less convenient for use, but better than powering the phone down.

      I Really dont get the “KILLS IT” Comments.

      • johhyn

        I would even say more convenient in some situations… I do not want to take the back off.

    • feztheforeigner

      Especially when it’s default is so tiny: I can understand not including it with the RAZR MAX, but not this pitiful battery…

    • Emilio Figueroa

      You could always get a portable charger. Same concept, right? Except it would work across any platform instead of just getting an extended battery.

  • not on verizon so it sucks.

    • Droidzilla

      *Verizon sucks

      ftfy

  • Awesome! Can we get it on Verizon please!!?!

  • TheDrizzle

    Are the navigation buttons on the hardware or software? I can’t tell. This phone seems like it would be great with a stock 4.0 ROM.

    • Michael_NM

      To my eyes, they look to be hardware buttons.

  • I don’t know about the “Blowing away” part but it is a very nice phone but after owning my first Nexus there is simply no way to own another device that is not pure android. 

  • Dan

    I just want a new, awesome Verizon phone. :sigh:

    • js

      Yes, please. Eligible for upgrade right now, been using the DX since it came out. I’m holding off for the next great phone to be announced.

      • Ditto, except that I have a D2, not DX. (Although they’re basically the same phone)

        • Johngi

          i was holding off too, i had the d2 but saw this steal on CL nd bought a razr bnib for less the 270
          so im still eligible for an upgrade..

      • Matt M Haggerty

        Same here, except I replaced with a Galaxy Nexus and haven’t looked back.

  • so what your saying is this is another an.droid-life post that has invaded droid-life?

  • Guest

    If it doesn’t have 4G then how could it be “King of Android”? 

    • Droidzilla

      There will be an S4 LTE variant. Did you read the article?

  • Michael_NM

    Incredible display? Does that mean shipments will be delayed like the Incredible?

  • Butters619

    Motorola & Samsung have until Mid May to have something leak or come out for AT&T or this may be my next phone.

  • BA_Carroll

    Maybe for my next upgrade, if I don’t get a Gnex

  • Prime7

    If it has Sense and carrier bloatware, it cannot be king. 

    • If that can be remedied by a custom ROM, then most here wouldn’t have an issue with it.

      • Tony Allen

        Provided it gets the dev support it needs for this sort’ve thing.

        • duke69111

          Based on the specs, I would say that it is safe to assume that developers will pick it up.  

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