2-Tone HTC One X “Cushnie Et Ochs Edition” Up For Auction On eBay – Bidding Starts At $350

If you fancied HTC’s special 2-tone “Oreo” color scheme on the Cushnie Et Ochs edition of their One X, the device is now being auctioned off on eBay. Bids started at $350 (but are currently up to $510 at the time of writing), and with 6 days to go, we’d expect to see that number grow much higher. It looks like the device is being shipped from Alabama here in the states but be cautious — the seller has absolutely no history of any kind. How high do you think bids will reach?


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  • master94

    Sad thing is if this was an iphone the fanboys would have bid into the tens of thousands

    • Marsg

      By fanbodys you mean 12 year old girls everywhere.

      • IronHorse01

        Or just regular people who want a phone that actually works and is not full of bugs and malware

    • IronHorse01

      Cuz the iPhone is worth it

  • matthewcruce

    maybe 1000 give or take

  • anon

    It’s been removed… probably a fake

    • Tom

      Doesn’t look removed… bidding is still going on like normal.



  • Marsg

    I would buy it for 400 but I buy devices based on hardware not looks.

    • ari_free

      That’s good news for HTC because this phone looks ugly (and yet very tasty!)


      Then why buy it at all over the original OneX?

  • ari_free

    It’s not an oreo. It’s a black and white cookie! Big cookie. Big difference.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=527208710 John Kowalski

    Designing this color scheme probably took as much thought as Apple deciding to make the iPhone in a rectangle shape… so HTC should probably get a patent on this..

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dana-Garner-Johnson/1799092172 Dana Garner-Johnson

    I like it. Phones are boring looking right now, and this is at least interesting to look at. I still would prefer the custom dino S3 that the Canadian guy got from Samsung.

  • AJA0

    Listing was ended, item no longer available.

    Either he struck a deal with a person outside of eBay, or it was a scam.