The HTC One X is without a doubt the most powerful 'announced' smartphone on the market right now.
So how does the HTC One X stand up against the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, possibly its greatest Android rival?
Both have their strong and weak points and they are surprisingly clear cut, which makes it easy for consumers to make a decision.
Let's take a look.
Starting off with the hardware, both smartphones boast candy bar form factors and large displays.
The HTC One X has a 4.7" Super LCD display wrapped in Gorilla glass, while the Samsung Galaxy Nexus goes with a 4.65" Super AMOLED touch screen with an oleo phobic coating.
Both have 720p resolutions and look great despite the different screen technologies.
Next up is hardware.
While the HTC One X boasts a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, this is only applicable in selected markets.
The US variants will go with dual-core Snapdragon S4 setups. However the S4 chipset is based on new architecture so if you live in the US, don't feel you will be getting shortchanged, as tests show it is as capable (if not more) as the quad-core Tegra 3.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus has a slightly outdated 1.2GHz dual-core OMAP processor.
On top of this is Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, with the HTC One X having an extra scooping of HTC Sense.
Moving to the rear we find the HTC One X a winner.
It boasts a 8-megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash, geo tagging, and bi sensors.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus comes with a 5-megapixel shooter than doesn't perform as well as the HTC, but both are capable of 1080p HD video recording.
While on paper the HTC One X seems to be a little better off than the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (it is a newer model after all), when it comes to making a decision you only need to look at two things - camera and Android update.
Sure the HTC One X is also faster in terms of its more powerful hardware, but we left that out for a reason.
Despite the HTC One X having slightly more processing power, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus feels 'smoother and lighter' thanks to the pure Android 4.0 User Interface (UI).
HTC has publicly stated that it is aware how bloated its HTC Sense UI has become and have taken the right path with the One X by reducing some of it, however it still doesn't compare with stock Android 4.0.
Better camera or faster updates - you pick
So what it comes down to is the HTC One X has a better camera which boasts a capture speed that's faster than the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
It also features an LCD display which many folks prefer over AMOLED screens when it comes to picture playback.
So if you're after a good camera, take the HTC One X wins hands down.
If faster updates is a priority, then the Samsung Galaxy Nexus stands uncontested.