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.
HTC has just reported that profit for Q3 2012 is down 79% from the same quarter a year ago. That’s brutal, but it gets worse. They say revenue that revenues for the quarter, meaning how much money they’ve taken in, is down a whopping 48%.
Fall is upon us and the Thanksgiving holiday season (and all the numerous sales and discounts that arrive around that time of year) is getting ever closer. As was the case every single year, smartphone manufacturers are gearing up right about this time to provide the “best and latest” of the Android ecosystem, in an attempt to gain a place in the smartphone consumer’s heart, mind and wallet. See the best Android smartphones of fall 2012 after the jump!
HTC played the “is it real, is it not?” game with the One X+ for a bit too long, but now that the high-end phone has finally become official things seem to be moving pretty fast. We’ve already heard about the One X successor coming in the States exclusively to AT&T, and now we’re starting to hear on the handheld’s Canadian release, too.
HTC’s new flagship device, the One X+, was announced yesterday. The company said it would come out this month, but failed to provide any pricing information. Now, thanks to the UK retailer Clove, we not only have a price tag, but a release date as well.