The HTC One X is arguably the best device announced at Mobile World Congress. But it was a disappointment for US customers to learn that the AT&T 4G LTE version (HTC One XL) would come with a dual-core processor, instead of a Tegra 3 quad-core one. If you happen to fall under that category, it will come as good news that the Tegra 3 HTC One X has been FCC certified and is ready to be imported.
The device will not be supported officially (unless another carrier decides to offer it). But the FCC has certified that the international version is compatible with AT&T’s radios. One can simply import it and stick a SIM card in.
Of course, you will be stuck with HSPA+, as opposed to LTE. But that is something many of us can live with. Especially if the device comes packed with a Tegra 3 processor. If you have been looking to get all the benefits the HTC One X has to offer, it looks like this might be the best bet.
What do you guys say? Is anyone importing this quad-core beast?
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