The release of HTC One X was much anticipated by the end users, but the reality of the product did not really live up to the expectations of the user. The Android operating system, which is known for its ability to multi-task, was actually termed by one of the users, “an epic failure”. The reason was simple – this Android 4.0 system fails to multi-task with HTC Sense 4.0. As multi-tasking is one of the key reasons why people buy Android phones, the multi-tasking of the HTC One X is showing a red flag.
Several end users complained on various open forums about the repeated issues they were facing with the new HTC One X. As reported, a key problem that is often seen in them is the remarkable lack of speed with which the system executes the commands placed by the user and subsequently, the phone is accused of being too slow. Users are currently talking about the way the phone slows down, and sometimes the app restarts if it is left alone for over 30 seconds or a minute, which leads to a lot of problem for people, who might have been distracted while working. The other memory management problem that has been noted is that while switching between apps, one or more of them might restart when you try to retrieve them, and thus, the phone’s claim to be a multi-tasking device falls flat on its face.
Don’t think HTC is unaware of the issue, because out of their awareness they came up saying the “multitasking is operating normally” while keeping a balance with HTC Sense experience. With that being not so helpful, owners of the HTC One X are baffled and puzzled by this multi-tasking issue posed by the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS in conjunction with HTC Sense 4.0. Are you also annoyed with the multi-tasking issue?