by Bogdan Petrovan, 9 months ago
The Galaxy Nexus is not the most impressive piece of gear around (that would be an accomplishment, considering that it was launched eleven months ago), but the Google Experience device is still a highly desirable…
Staying true to its slogan, HTC introduced the One X+ at the start of the month with little fanfare, which was then followed by AT&T’s announcement that the refreshed One X will be an exclusive for the carrier in the U.S. – if only for a couple for a months, seeing that a T-Mobile variant is possibly waiting around the corner.
If you’ve been wondering just how much you’ll have to shell out for the One X+, look no further than Expansys, as the online retailer has started offering HTC’s latest flagship model on its website.
European customers can purchase the unlocked HTC One X+ from Expansys for £495. We’re guessing that the retailer already has stocks of the phone, because the shipment date is listed as “less than 5 days”. It’s a slightly different story for American customers who can’t wait to get their hands on the One X+, since you can only pre-order it for now. The same unlocked model is going for $699.99 with no clear mentioning of when it will be shipped out.
If you think the price justifies the “upgrade” that you’ll get from the latest iteration of the One X, then the link is yours to click. For the uninitiated, the HTC One X still boasts the same 4.7-inch screen, but it now packs a quad-core 1.7GHz Tegra 3 AP37 processor (with integrated LTE), 64GB onboard storage, 2,100mAh battery, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Sounds like a good enough upgrade?