HTC One X Devices Reportedly Have Poorly Soldered Wi-Fi Antenna, Check Your Phone Now

June 14, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you own an HTC One X, we suggest you put your phone through a simple test before reading the post. First take your HTC One X and hold it gently between the thumb and forefinger of your hand.

While doing so, make it sure that you are holding at the top right side of the device near the top right of the screen and on the camera module in the rear.

Then just check if it helps improving the Wi-Fi signal. If you find the Wi-Fi signal on your phone improves temporarily, your device too may be affected by an issue which is now being reported by hundreds of HTC One X users around.

Though we are yet to get an official confirmation, many users of the HTC One X has complained that they are experiencing poor Wi-Fi signals on the phone.

According to experts, the issue is caused by a poorly soldered antenna inside the phone. If the wireless antenna is not properly soldered to the motherboard of the device, it can seriously affect the signal receiving capacity of the device.

The issue has caused dropped connections for some users of HTC One X and many have complained about poor performance when connected to a router.

Though HTC is yet to confirm the existence of such an issue officially, they have promised to look into the matter. Rumors suggest that the Tegra 3 version of the device is more prone to the issue.

However, no need to panic, since it is not the case of all HTC One X devices. But if you experience any such issues, report it to HTC soon.

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