12-03-2012, 08:36 AM #1
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My company received the HTC 8X for a few days to try out. I had it for a few days, during which I set up my various accounts, downloaded a fair number of apps, and customized the phone, including settings and the start screen. Before passing the phone to someone else in the company I made sure to back it up and then reset it.
This morning I received the phone back, and wanted to use it for the final few days before having to return it to the carrier. I performed a restore, and indeed my account and the apps that I downloaded were restored to the phone. What I was less happy about was that I expected the start screen to return to how I customized it, but to my surprised it didn't. Is that how it should be or have I done something wrong?
I know I probably shouldn't be comparing every single function with iOS, but with the latter, a backup includes remembering the position of the apps on the home screen, and this is a feature that I expected WP8 to include.
12-03-2012, 09:17 AM #4
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- 12-03-2012, 12:56 PM #5
hold one, weight is not an issue, honestly this is way overblown, i was worried about that too until i got my hands on one, i dont think thickness is an issue either, however i will say the width did take a bit to get used to, i handled the 8X, great phone, feels great in the hands, but the 920 feels good as well, i think it will come down to personal choice, so if your on the fence try both, but you most likely can put the weight issue to rest
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