One of the most impressive smartphones, which is currently available on the market – the HTC One X, seems to have partial problems with its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection. We say partial, because the problems occur only on a (small) portion of the devices. It is however a hardware issue, which means that no software update is going to be able to fix it. To be more specific, the problem is cause by a faulty connection between the device and the antenna (which serves for both the WiFi and Bluetooth), which means that although it’s not something you can fix yourself, it’s certainly nothing to be worried about, as it is fixable.
What you can do, though, is check for yourself if your device is suffering from this problem by placing your fingers between the camera and the volume rocker – if the signal goes up, it means, that your device is faulty and you should contact the store, from which you bought it. The good news is HTC are aware of the problem and are actively monitoring the thread in XDA-Developers and even giving advice to their customers. B. A.