Pre-orders now being taken by U.K. retailer for HTC One X and HTC One S models5
The version of the HTC One X that you can pre-order has the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 under the hood. Phones4u can accept HTC One X pre-orders for customers of various carriers including O2, Orange and Vodafone. Depending on the length of the plan selected, the handset can cost as much as 119.99 GBP ($190 USD) or as little as free. The HTC One X is offered free with the Orange Dolphin 36 plan with a 24 month signed pact (36 GBP monthly) and with O2's 1GB 300 plan with a 2-year lock up which also costs 36 GBP a month. Pre-orders made now will ship on June 4th according to the retailer. The HTC One X is available in black or white.
The HTC One S can also be pre-ordered for the same three carriers and those reserving a unit now will also receive a free HTC Medialink HD. There are four plans that give away the device with your signature on the dotted line and they are all 36 GBP a month and require a 24 month contract. The high price for this handset is 59.99 GBP ($95 USD). This model is also expected to ship on June 4th and is available in grey and black.
The HTC One X has that 15GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor under the hood with 1GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage included. The 4.7 inch display offers 720p HD resolution and outstanding pixel density of 312 ppi, The 8MP rear camera captures video in 1080p and the1.3MP front-facing shooter takes self-portraits and allows you to video chat.. The HTC One S features a dual-core 1.5GHz S4 processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of native storage aboard. The 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED display has pixel density of 256 ppi, and an 8MP camera on back captures video at 1080p while a 1.3MP front-facing shooter takes self-portraits and enables video chat. Both models are equipped with Beats Audio technology.
As you can see, both handsets have pretty spectacular specs with the HTC One X proudly bearing the title as the flagship device for the Taiwan based manufacturer.
source: phones4u (1), (2), TalkAndroid via Phandroid