The seemingly abandoned One X+ doesn’t seem to get much press time these days, most likely because HTC is planning to focus its marketing efforts on an upcoming 5-inch smartphone instead. If you’re convinced that the revamped One X is the one for you, here’s an update on where you can get the phone SIM-free in the UK.
Is the HTC One X+ a true Samsung Galaxy S3 killer? Join us as we answer that question by dissecting these wonders of technology into tiny bits and pieces!
HTC has said early in the month that it’ll start serving Jelly Bean and the new HTC Sense 4+ to the One X and One S in October. With only a few days left in the calendar, it seems the phone maker has succeeded in meeting its target.
HTC has partnered with a number of deal providers to bring a new Best Deals service to its latest smartphone. This is exclusive content offering personalized bargains.
We live in a world in which technology is moving very rapidly. While this can be great in terms of innovation, it can be extremely annoying for consumers. We also live in a world where most smartphone users are locked into multi-year contracts. Why is it that the contracts we are forced to abide by don’t line up with the rate in which new technology is being released?
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.
With (some of) the hype surrounding Apple’s iPhone 5 finally toning down, it’s time to clear our heads, let our egos rest, and try to objectively answer the age-old question – is the new iPhone better than all Android phones?
The One X might not be as popular as the Samsung Galaxy S3, but, when you get it for free, that’s not important. What is important is that, by going to Amazon Wireless and signing up to a new 2-year AT&T contract, you will be able to purchase the HTC One X in either gray or white for just $0.01.
It shouldn’t take long now for the official Android 4.1 update to hit the HTC One X, but if you feel like you simply can’t wait anymore there is one way to flash a rather stable unofficial Jelly Bean port on your phone.
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%.