HTC One X is now shipping, and should be showing up in retail stores right now. The phone is going for $199.99 on a new two year contract or $549.99 without - notably lower than other high-end Android phones. The AT&T version forgoes NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 for a Snapdragon S4, and adds LTE connectivity on AT&T's small but growing network.
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Galaxy S III announcement to talk about. But we'll definitely be talking about that first. Android Community was present at Samsung's London event to bring you all the juicy details, which you can find in our wrap-up feature. Long story short: the Galaxy S III is big, powerful, crammed with custom software... and a little on the bland side as far as design goes.
HTC's bootloader unlock tool. But those few who have access to AT&T's LTE version of the One X have found that using the previously posted bootloader unlock simply won't work - the unlock process returns a failure, and says that the American model isn't allowed. Without an unlocked bootloader, custom ROMs will be difficult, and custom kernels will be almost impossible.
HTC One X from AT&T, I want you to go to your mailbox right now and check it. There's at least a small chance that your brand new ICS phone is waiting for you. A small number of users at Android Forums have got their phones in their hot little hands right now, two days before the AT&T launch date. That's two days worth of playing, modding and tinkering that they wouldn't have had otherwise.
Samsung Galaxy S III is here. We've waited through all the leaks and all the details have finally been revealed. After the excitement calms down you'll be wondering what your next phone should be. The Galaxy S III, or maybe something like the HTC One X. We have pictures and hands-on video below to help you make up your mind on what superphone is right for you.
HTC One S and you're loving it right? Then AT&T's One X will arrive in a few days and the next step for any die hard Android fan would be to unlock the bootloader, root the phone and get ready for some awesome developer ROM's to arrive. Just like most of HTC's current phones you can easily and safely unlock the bootloader with HTC's developer site.
HTC One X for AT&T is a different beast from the original (international) release in two rather important ways. First it's got a completely different processor, made by Qualcomm instead of NVIDIA, and second here it's carried by AT&T on a 2-year contract in the USA. Will this non-international release stir up the same positive reactions we had to the first release of this super hero phone, or are the two changes we're seeing here in software and hardware going to push this device in the wrong direction entirely?
HTC One X is rightly sitting on top of the Android world for the moment, and of course that means just one thing: the modders are coming out to play. Users of the international One X (with the Tegra 3 processor) can now get a taste of the ubiquitous CyanogenMod custom ROM. The unofficial port or "kang" comes from the TripNDroid Mobile Engineering developer team, who've posted their work over on the Modaco forums. Brave One X owners can flash a custom recovery and try out the ROM now.
HTC One X on AT&T's website. Current pricing for the phone is $199 with new 2 year contract with it either being a new customer or an upgrade. You could also by it outright with no obligation for $549 if you are between upgrades and want to get your hands on one of these bad boys.
HTC One X it intends to make a statement. Originally slated to be released on May 6 for $199 (with 2 year contract), it can be scooped up at Radio Shack for the amazing price of $149. This is a special pricing by Radio Shack is on pre-orders only. The price goes back up to $199 after the release.