HTC One VX for AT&T should finally be available December 7th

HTC One VX for AT&T should finally be available December 7th
Earlier in November we got word from the horse’s mouth (in this case AT&T) that the HTC One X+ and its middle-spec cousin, the HTC One VX would be available November 16th, with pre-orders beginning earlier in that week.

The One X+ made it out of the gate, but there was no sight or sound of the One VX. Either it was left at the stable or something else was afoot. Unfortunately, no word was forthcoming from AT&T as to what happened. However, a spokesperson informed the folks over at Android Central that all channels (stores, agents, online) will be fully stocked by December 7th.

We could speculate on all sorts of reasons, but rather than throw every theory at the wall to see what sticks, we will take the high-road of hope and hypothesize that the delay was to ensure the handset delivered with Android 4.1 or 4.2 Jelly Bean. This is, of course, just speculation. The real reason for the delay is probably due to a far more practical issue, like supplier hold-ups. So, do not hold us to it.

Spec-wise, there are certainly some features that position the One VX as a middle-of-the-road Android handset. However, if you saw our video hands-on with this device, you would notice that our initial impressions of the handset were pretty positive. Since AT&T has the One X+ priced at $199.99 on a two-year contract, we are eager to learn what the price point of the handsome One VX will be once it is available.

source: Android Central



1. squallz506

Posts: 1075; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

I thought the "one" series phones were going to mean less handsets. How many is that now? And htc makes phones outside of the one line as well. I like variety, so I'm not bothered. But didn't htc say they were going to release less models/yr?

2. darkskoliro

Posts: 1092; Member since: May 07, 2012

There look like there might be a lot but those are country and continent exclusive. You cant count those they are the same phone just designed for a specific market.

3. ngo2dd

Posts: 896; Member since: Jul 08, 2011

Let see there is the One X One S One V One X+ One VX Those are the One series Now how many do Samsung has? Just for there Galaxy line. The answer is more then the the one series.

4. squallz506

Posts: 1075; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

*than But besides the one line, htc continues to make the droid and desire and now w8 phones. Last year htc released 23 phones this year they have released 19 so far; which could hit 21 this month. When htc announced the one line they said fewer phones. I expected considerably fewer not one or two less.

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