HTC One X

HTC One X+ for T-Mobile leaked with quad-core and Jelly Bean

HTC and T-Mobile appear to be teaming up to offer that impressive 4.7-inch HTC One X to their customers. After launching internationally with a quad-core Tegra 3, then on AT&T with a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor and 4G LTE, T-Mobile will now be getting their own quad-core flavor according to some newly leaked details and benchmarks.

HTC One X dropped to $99 on AT&T

If you're looking for an awesome smartphone for a low price, the folks from HTC and AT&T might have exactly what you need. Just in time for summer to be coming to an end AT&T has slashed the price on their flagship HTC One X smartphone in half. From $199 to just $99 bucks on a new 2-year contract.

HTC 1.7 GHz quad-core 4G LTE phone appears – headed for AT&T

HTC impressed everyone in the Android world back in February when they announced their brand new HTC One banded devices like the One X, One S, and the budget friendly One V. AT&T quickly jumped on the flagship HTC One X with it's 4.7-inch display, Android 4.0 ICS, and a quad-core processor. Sadly for their 4G LTE rollout plans they ended up switching to a dual-core processor instead. Today however a brand new HTC One phone was spotted with some mighty impressive specs.

HTC One XXL concept phone is drool-worthy

We've heard rumors of HTC's answer to the Galaxy Note, i.e. the latest entry in the "phablet" for factor, for a while. And while the One X is a beast of a phone, we couldn't help but wonder how it might change if it were made to be more like the pachyderm's proffered smartphone. Thankfully someone with a lot more talent than any of us actually put his dreaming aside to create the HTC One XXL, a concept device that uses HTC's One family principles for a Galaxy Note killer.

The HTC One X is tough as nails

...or tougher, in fact. We've seen this trick performed before, but it's nice to see that one of the most high-profile phones in the android world can take a lickin' and keep on tickin'. We don't know why this angry Russian man is hammering nails into a two-by-four with his shiny new HTC One X. We don't really care, either. We just like to see good old-fashioned engineering start to make phones than can double as small home repair tools.
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