Thanks to an ITC exclusion order, two of HTC's flagship smartphones—the One X for AT&T and the EVO 4G LTE for Sprint—were delayed at customs last month. After a short delay, the One X is now available online through AT&T. The phone is expected to hit AT&T stores this Sunday, June 10. Pricing for the phone remains at $199.99 with a two-year contract.
As you may recall, the HTC One X features a 4.7-inch 720p HD display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, Beats Audio, and 4G LTE connectivity. The phone also comes with HTC’s Amazing Camera which gives you continuous shooting capabilities, f2.0 aperture, HTC Video Pic, and more.
HTC also announced that its Media Link HD, a device that enables HTC One devices to share photos, videos and more with an HD TV will also be available on June 8 for $90. In addition to sharing content with an HD TV, the Media Link HD can also operate with dual screen mode so you can share content on the TV and still browse the web and perform other tasks on the smartphone.
I will wait for the quad cores. Lol I actually really like the Galaxy Note personally as it's options are nice and the screen is decent though it should be higher rez. I am hoping they will drop one with a quad core or at least dual core with a camera processor and a GPU for the screen like Nvidia has done with there processor.
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