HTC One X is available starting today in Canada on Rogers. You can get it online right this minute if you haven't already. For those interested Rogers is offering the phone for CA$169.99 with a new, three year agreement starting today.
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DROID RAZR MAXX and opted for a mild upgrade to the battery. This will enabled them to produce the thin and awesome phones like what we are seeing today in the HTC One X and One S.
AT&T to get their hands on the most powerful smartphone on earth, the HTC One X - part of HTC's newest line of hero devices, this device will bring AT&T packs of fans in on the first day for sure. We've had our hands on this device several times now in its international form, now it's time to get down to business with the HTC One series here in the USA. The HTC One X for AT&T will cost you $199.99 and will be available SOON - May 6th to be exact . Will you be getting in line early?
HTC One X is pretty great, but its 1800mAh battery (not unlike the one on the Galaxy Nexus) is only OK. It turns out that HTC itself made something of an error in judgement when putting together that shiny new software. Due to an errant APK location, the native NVIDIA power control app (you know, the thing that makes that magical "5th core" work to save all that battery life) wasn't working properly. HTC should have a fix out soon enough, but in the meantime, the fellows at XDA have a fix for you.
reviewed here) has the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core, while the AT&T model benchmarked today has a Qualcomm 1.5 GHz dual-core instead. We've tested both platforms already but check out these latest results below.
HTC One X (which we noted ourselves in the review), they set up a skydiving fashion shoot, complete with photographer, model and lighting crew. The results are interesting to say the least. Here's the setup: student fashion photographer and skydiving rookie Nick Jojola was instructed to capture a photo (while taking video) of model and expert skydiver Roberta Mancino with the HTC One X. He's joined by a safety diver (the guy who's tethered to him) two divers streaming smoke and two with a pair of high-powered lights. Roberta is wearing a high-fashion skydiving suit created especially for the shoot - that's the thing that looks like a buzzard after it's gone though a Cessna windshield. The team had only 50 seconds of operating time before they had to deploy their parachutes. They arranged themselves in a formation of three vertical rows: the two streamers on the bottom, Nick and his safety diver in the middle with the HTC One X, and the lighting team and Roberta on top. When Nick was in position Roberta assumed a head-first position and dived for the shot. It took two goes, but the results speak for themselves: [youtube dwGGdM3Nj08] Publicity stunt? Certainly. Cool? Absolutely. While you're not likely to need split-second shutter speed in your everyday travels (most of which are somewhat closer to sea level) the shoot illustrates the fast response of the One series camera rather well. HTC hasn't posted the full commercial yet, but it'll probably be showing up on European TV sets in the next few weeks. Here's a making-of just for fun: [youtube QHLy4xB8vSY] [timeline] [device id=2325] [via Phandroid]
HTC One X, only it will be coming with a dual-core Qualcomm processor and 4G LTE instead of the Tegra 3 like the international flavor. While we still wait for an official release date from AT&T the device is already starting to make its rounds online and has just posed for the camera -- looking exactly like the international model.
HTC One X and the One S that hit the web earlier this week. You can see our awesome and detailed reviews from the links below but today I wanted to focus on benchmarks. Read on below to see who takes the top spot and is king of the mobile hill.
HTC One X and One S are now officially on sale in the UK, both in their unlocked, full-priced versions and subsidized from carriers. Take your pick of Three, Orange, O2, Vodaphone and T-Mobile UK, almost all of which will give you either phone for free with a contract, though the price of the monthly plans will differ accordingly.
AT&T's upcoming One X, with a few styling changes to reflect the network and - wait for it - a kickstand. It'll also be one of the first LTE devices available on the carrier, though the capability won't be useful until they open their first markets. That also means that it'll be rocking Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4, since the Tegra 3 is not currently compatible with LTE networks.