So you say you'd like a new HTC but you don't want to fork over the cash. You also don't want to have the ball & chain of a lengthy 2 year contract. Well dear consumer, you are in good hands with HTC's newest invention: a trade-up program which will give you up to $300 for your current device.
Rumors of a 5-inch phablet device from HTC have been floating around for a while now. From leaked photos to information about the phablet getting unveiled on September 19th, we've just about heard it all.
Today only offer: unlocked HTC One X goes for £380 at Expansys UK
Expansys UK is offering the One X for £379.99 with free shipping, which is one heck of a deal for one heck of a phone. The £380 would translate into around $615 at today’s conversion rates, which might seem a lot for those of you reading us from the States, but that's almost £200 less than the phone’s UK list price at the time of its release several months ago.
It is obvious that HTC isn’t going to let the lucrative Q4 market roll by without trying to entice customers with some new devices. In the case of the One X+, it is but a slightly improved version of the leader in the One series. Now, we already know most things about the HTC One X+, the details of which have been confirmed by its recent FCC filing. But HTC apparently isn’t quite satisfied yet and is going to make some final tweak to the phone.
HTC One X+ hits the FCC, features quad-core Nvidia processor
Last week Android Authority reported on the news that a revised model of the HTC One X was in works. The rumor for the so-called “One X+” came from a series of tweets from @Football4PDA, someone who has been known to leak accurate info about HTC in the past. The tweets shed some light on what kind of specs we'd find in the device, such as the NVIDIA AP37 quad-core CPU at 1.6GHz. Besides the CPU, the device would offer 1GB of RAM, 4G LTE, a 1800mAh battery and Jelly Bean with HTC Sense UI 4.5.
In order to try and crawl out of the huge financial hole it's creating for itself, RIM recently announced a new strategy: it will attempt to license out its QNX-based OS to other phone companies and even automotive and computer developers. At the same time, RIM said they would still make their own line of BB10-based Blackberries. The talks about licensing soon lead to speculation that Samsung might be interesting in buying or licensing out the BB10 OS for future products, which Samsung quickly shot down. So Sammy might not be interested in licensing, but HTC might.
iPhone 5 launch to trigger 4G LTE-related legal action from Samsung, report confirms
In case the title above sounds familiar that’s because we have already talked about this scenario – Samsung taking legal action against Apple once the iPhone 5, the sixth-generation iOS smartphone that will reportedly come with 4G LTE support, gets launched.
Want a limited edition Cushnie et Ochs HTC One X? Enter this Pinterest contest
How often do you get the opportunity to see such a fashionable and “different” smartphone as the Cushnie et Ochs edition of the HTC One X? Very rare, right? So doesn’t it seem a bit unfair from HTC to only hand 150 or so such striking phones to celebrities?
HTC Desire 4G LTE to come soon to Verizon with ICS, qHD display and S4 CPU?
HTC’s September 19 media event is inching closer, but right now we still have no idea what and how many new gadgets will be on display in New York City. The rumors keep coming though, and it seems that, even though the Taiwanese are in a serious financial pickle, they’ll have quite the show for us.