AT&T and HTC really seem to get along these days. First, AT&T became the exclusive carrier of the One X in the U.S., and now the same is going to happen with some of the newest HTC smartphones, namely the One X+ and the One VX.
The One VX is the surprise here, as this is the first time we hear about it. As you can guess by the name, it will be more of a budget-oriented smartphone, but that doesn't mean it'll be short on specs. Quite the contrary, the One VX seems to be pretty well-equipped exactly where it counts. The phone will come with a sizable 4.5" qHD screen of the Super LCD 2 type, dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 8GB internal storage, microSD card slot, 5MP camera 1810mAh batter and LTE. Software-wise, it will arrive with Android 4.0, but an update to 4.1 is promised to come soon.
In terms of design language, the HTC One VX is closer to the One S rather than the One X, which isn't a bad thing, considering that the One S is also a top-notch device.
Sadly, no release date or price have been announced for the HTC One VX as of now, but we have a feeling it will be released before the end of the year (or so we hope).