By Stephen Schenck | October 2, 2012 10:43 AM
A little earlier this morning we shared with you the initial announcement of the HTC One X+, knowing that it was destined for Europe and Asia, but still awaiting news of its arrival in the States. Now AT&T has revealed that it will be giving the One X+ a home, along with another HTC Android, the One VX.
Don’t worry about the One X+, as this time around, HTC’s headlining smartphone manages to pull off LTE without sacrificing its SoC, thanks to the new wave of Tegra 3 chips. If that sounds like too much phone for you, the One VX offers a more affordable alternative.
The One VX moves down to a slightly smaller 4.5-inch screen and opts for a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 SoC. With a qHD resolution, the phone reminds us a lot of the One S. Thanks to a slightly slower processor and only a 5-megapixel camera, though, we’d have to place the VX just one notch below the One S on the HTC One-series scale.
AT&T says it will be the exclusive home for both new Androids, which will be available with no more specificity than sometime “in the coming months”. As for HTC’s other new hardware, AT&T plans to start selling the Windows Phone 8X this November.
Via: Phone Scoop