While the HTC One X hasn’t launched yet, the Taiwanese company is already looking to bring a limited edition version. The HTC One X Deluxe has been unveiled for those who want a little something extra with their purchase.
The device is the same as the one we saw at Mobile World Congress, but it comes in white, has white packaging, and, best of all, comes with a pair of Beats Solo (valued at about $180). It’ll run you about $840 if you want to get in on the fun.
It’s up to you, then, to decide if you want a pair of the headphones offered. If you do, this bundle might save you on the cost of buying both the phone and the headphones separately (assuming they aren’t available subsidized, of course).
The HTC One X is a quad-core device which has NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 processor, Android 4.0 with HTC Sense 4.0, and a great 8 megapixel fast-shutter camera sensor. Find our hands on from late last month here. If you’re in Taiwan and want to get your hands on it, head to Taiwanese retailer ePrice now. [Thanks Han!]
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