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With most people talking about which high-end Android phone to get for the holidays, let’s break the mold for a bit and expand our options. There, in fact, are affordable Android phones also worthy to be scribbled onto our holiday lists, one of which is HTC’s newest in its mid-range line — the HTC Desire X. The previous earlier HTC Desire and HTC Wildfire series has proven that you can enjoy a decent Android smartphone without burning a huge hole in your pocket. In this article, let’s see what features you’ll be getting from the Desire X at its affordable…

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While HTC continues to flail and fumble its way into a competitive market position with the One series and an alleged tablet, the facts are clear: the company is seriously hurting. Today the company formally announced a lost revenue between July and August 2012. Those numbers? $804M in August, down from $835M in July.

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Wondering when the HTC Desire X will become available? Wonder no more, we have the first indication of when and for how much you will be able to get the new Desire X. A listing went up on the Clove.co.uk online shop, revealing the Desire X’ price and approximate availability date.

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The first gadget to be unveiled by HTC at the IFA is a far from impressive budget-friendly phone which might get lost in the crowd if it won’t be priced correctly. The Desire X has been leaked for a while, has starred in a bunch of unofficial photos and has had an almost complete spec sheet since a couple of days ago. Here are press photos and confirmed specs.