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OtterBox Defender Case with Belt Clip for HTC One X Black Built-in Screen Protector 77-19686
  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: This case offers complete protection for the HTC One X, including a built in screen protector. The case clips into the belt clip with a snap and provides quick access to the phone when on the go. The belt clip swivels a full 360 degrees. It also acts as a kickstand, although the phone must be on a perfectly level surface or it will fall over, even with the kickstand deployed. The case is durable and makes the phone much thicker than it really is, although that is the case with so many other cases in my experience. Removing the phone from the actual case is a simple process and the case has access ports for the charging/data and earphone outlets. The case has not diminished the functionality of the phone in any way.

Cons: Once in it's case, the phone clips into the belt clip tightly and removing the phone from the belt clip does require some strength, although it has never been so difficult that I couldn't do it in less than 5 seconds. If you have strength issues in your hands or wrist, avoid the belt clip. The only other drawback is that the phone's slim, elegant design is not apparent when in the case. Other than that, this is a great case for the HTC One X and I highly recommend it if you want your phone to last.

Other Thoughts: A case is really a must for this phone due to it's design. The phone's camera is not flush with the back of the phone so laying the phone down means it is partially resting on the camera lens itself. I was skeptical in the AT&T store when the rep explained this, but after handling the phone, I knew she was right.


Ryan O.'s Profile

Display Name: Ryan O.

Date Joined: 12/29/05

  • Reviews: 1
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  • First Review: 11/02/12
  • Last Review: 11/02/12
  • Most Favorable Review: 5 out of 5 eggs
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