From Sunday, Best Buy is knocking $50 off the price off the price of iPhones for four weeks.
Good news for HTC One X users: the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) update should start rolling out as of today.
We've said before that the HTC One X is one of the best Android Phones you can buy. The One X + ups the phone's already impressive specs with a 1.7 Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. And HTC's clearly heard customers whining about battery life, because the Plus packs a 2,100 mAh battery. Can HTC's new heater fight the…
The HTC One X and S will get Jelly Bean this month—except AT&T and T-Mobile handsets, which'll be delayed. [Engadget]
Pocket-lint is reporting that it's been sent images of the new HTC One X+ from a trusted source and... it looks almost identical to the existing HTC One X.
The new iPhone is finally here. Yes, people would line up to buy it even if it was made of bottle-caps and dog-poo, but it isn't. It's predictably a very good phone. How good? Let's see how it compares to the top competition.
We've been using the One X for three solid months, and this is a truly awesome phone. But we've got a few gripes:
Good news for anyone who's been sneaking sidelong glances at the HTC One X, one of the best Android phones in general and by far the best available on AT&T. As rumors had foretold, the handset's price has been cut in half, from $200 to $100. That's one heckuva deal.
It's been a long strange trip, with a delay at the docks over a patent scuffle with Apple, but the HTC One X is finally up for sale. It's $200 on contract from AT&T, and available online now, and will be in stores on Sunday June 10, well before the June 21 date set for the Galaxy S III, if a few days really matter…
Earlier this month, HTC announced that its stock of HTC One X and Evo 4G LTE handsets were indefinitely delayed at US Customs for investigation of an Apple patent infringement. If you're still desperate to get hold of one, good news: they've been cleared to pass through and go on sale.
HTC is bringing its A-game in a big way. The One S was good, but the screen and radio were weak links. The One X aims to fix that. It brings a bigger, more beautiful screen, and LTE connectivity. It's beautifully designed. But is it enough to eclipse the best Android phones—or even the iPhone?
Is it a comically-large miner's lamp? An homage to the Red Hot Chili Peppers? And why is he falling out of a plane? To show you how well this phone's camera takes pictures, obviously.
HTC's new flagship phone is an absolute monster. Quad-core 1.5GHz Tegra 3 processor, 4.7" 720p Super LCD2, 8MP f2.0 camera with its own image processor. I got to spend a little time with this thing, and it's the most excited I've been about a phone in a long time.