HTC One X+ and HTC One VX headed to AT&T November 16th


November 16th is shaping up to be a really huge day for AT&T, the nation’s second largest wireless carrier. The company already has the Samsung Galaxy Camera and the Samsung Galaxy Express launching that day, and now two of its phones are confirmed to be launching at the end of this week, as well.

The HTC One X+ and HTC One VX are going to be joining the gigantic stable of Android smartphones on Ma Bell’s 4G LTE network, with the former costing you $200 on a two-year contract and the latter costing you $50 for the same terms. You can pre-order the HTC One X+ starting November 13th if you can’t wait to throw your money straight into AT&T’s coffers.

The One X+ is a nice refresh on HTC’s early 2012 model. It featured Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 processor, and while that dual-core bundle of goodness served its purpose well folks should be happy to know that the One X+ will be outfitted with NVIDIA’s 1.7GHz quad-core Tegra 3 chipset.

Beyond that you’re also getting a 4.7 inch HD display, a whopping 64GB of internal storage, a 2,100 mAh battery, NFC, an 8 megapixel 1080p HD camera and more. More importantly, the phone is coming with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box and will feature HTC Sense 4+.

On the other hand, the One VX is a bit more modest but looks to be a fantastic offering for those looking for a mid-range Android handset. It offers a 4.5 inch qHD display, a 5 megapixel ImageSense camera with HD video recording, NFC, and more. Unfortunately this one won’t debut with Jelly Bean, but AT&T promises it’s in line for the upgrade (along with a promise for the original HTC One X) at some point down the line. Read on for full press details.

HTC One X+ and HTC One VX Arrive at AT&T Nov. 16; Pre-orders for One X+ Begin Nov. 13

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Customers looking for a smartphone that combines outstanding design, authentic sound, an amazing camera, HD entertainment, and the power of a quad-core processor will surely add the HTC One™ X+ to the top of their wish list.  Available in AT&T* stores and online beginning Nov. 16 for $199.99 with a two-year agreement, customers can also pre-order the HTC One X+ beginning Nov. 13 atwww.att.com/onexplus.  A look at the HTC One X+ in action is available in this video.

Additionally, AT&T announced the HTC One™ VX, an affordable Android smartphone that offers a premium mobile experience, will be available in-store Nov. 16 for $49.99 with a two-year agreement.  Running on AT&T’s 4G LTE network, the HTC One VX delivers an amazing camera and authentic sound experience in a more compact size for even greater mass-market appeal.

HTC One X+

The HTC One X+ will be the first smartphone to combine Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) with the 1.7 GHz NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 ‘4-PLUS-1™’ quad-core processor with a battery saving fifth core. The HTC One X+ will also be the first smartphone in the U.S. to feature performance improvements and benefits of HTC Sense 4+.  Continuing with the iconic HTC One X design, this powerhouse now comes in an exclusive Carbon Black finish and adds increased performance, longer battery life and 64 GB of internal storage.

Improved battery life comes from a larger 2100 mAh battery and the smartphone’s ability to allow the four cores to operate in the most efficient way possible with each core independently and automatically enabled and disabled based on workload. The single battery-saver fifth core (or companion core) handles low-power tasks like active standby, email, browsing, music and video. Intelligent Power Saver settings further optimize battery life, giving you all the power you need, when you need it.

The HTC One X+ has a 4.7-inch, 720p HD screen and builds on the camera of the HTC One X.  It has a superfast auto-focus and integrates the HTC ImageChip which reduces noise, removes color bias and enhances the overall picture quality.  The 64 GB of internal memory is non-partitioned to store more high quality photos, video, music, movies and apps however the user wants.

The HTC One series set the standard for imaging with HTC VideoPic™ (the ability to take still photos and shoot videos at the same time), one-press Continuous Shooting and better quality images in low light environments.  The HTC One X+ combines the outstanding camera capabilities of its predecessor** with a series of intelligent features powered by HTC Sense 4+. The new Auto Portrait mode on the front camera helps you capture high quality photos by detecting the human face at various angles. Sightseeing mode makes it easier to capture the moment, as only one touch of the power button bypasses the lock screen and launches directly into camera mode. Additionally, two new ways to view photos and videos in the gallery allow you to display albums according to when or where they were taken.

For more information, please visit www.att.com/onexplus.


Exclusive to AT&T, the HTC One VX sports one of the slimmest unibody form factors in the industry at just 9.19 millimeters thin, making it easy to hold and navigate at a size that fits easily in anyone’s hand.  The stylish new smartphone comes in a crisp white color finish with silver accents and features a 4.5-inch qHD display protected with scratch-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass which aids in durability and reduces light reflection.

Featuring advanced imaging capabilities, the HTC One VX includes a 1080p HD video recorder and 5-megapixel camera with HTC ImageSense™, improving every part of the camera and integrating HTC ImageChip.  Within seconds, customers can launch the camera from the lock screen and enjoy one-press continuous shooting at four frames per second.  The One VX also features HTC VideoPic.  The HTC One VX is NFC-ready for the seamless, wireless sharing of playlists, Web sites, contacts and more with other NFC-enabled devices.

The HTC One VX runs HTC Sense 4 with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). In the future, the original HTC One X and HTC One VX are planned to be upgraded to HTC Sense 4+ with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), which will include the improved camera capabilities and new Tap and Go function currently available on the HTC One X+, which allows customers to connect the phone and music to Beats speakers’ when tapped them together***.  The HTC One VX comes equipped with a microSD card slot for up to 32 GB of additional storage space.

For more information, please visit www.att.com/onevx.

HTC has the only smartphones, including the HTC One X+, HTC One X and HTC One VX, that include Beats AudioTM which provides authentic, studio-quality sound that delivers the spirit of the original recording, from crisper vocals and deeper bass to more immersive gaming effects and video.

AT&T customers have access to the nation’s largest 4G network****, covering 285 million people. AT&T has two 4G networks that work together for customers, LTE and HSPA+ with enhanced backhaul. That means AT&T customers are able to enjoy a widespread, ultra-fast and consistent 4G experience on their compatible device as they move in and out of LTE areas. With other carriers, when you travel outside of their LTE coverage area, you may be on a much slower 3G network.

For more information, please visit www.att.com/onexplus.



*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

**8MP smartphone with an f/2.0 wide aperture lens, backside-illuminated (BSI) sensor, VideoPic, HDR and one-press Continuous Shooting with HTC Sense 4

***Tap and Go only works on selected Beats speakers, which are sold at a separate price to the handset

**** 4G speeds not available everywhere. Limited 4G LTE availability in select markets. LTE is a trademark of ETSI. Learn more at att.com/network.

The names of companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

About AT&T

AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) is a premier communications holding company and one of the most honored companies in the world. Its subsidiaries and affiliates – AT&T operating companies – are the providers of AT&T services in the United States and internationally. With a powerful array of network resources that includes the nation’s largest 4G network, AT&T is a leading provider of wireless, Wi-Fi, high speed Internet, voice and cloud-based services. A leader in mobile Internet, AT&T also offers the best wireless coverage worldwide of any U.S. carrier, offering the most wireless phones that work in the most countries. It also offers advanced TV services under the AT&T U-verse® and AT&T |DIRECTV brands. The company’s suite of IP-based business communications services is one of the most advanced in the world.

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Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. HTC One X+ should’ve been the next Nexus phone.. honestly to tell you the truth to be honest with you!

    1. Agreed

    2. I’m kind of sad HTC isn’t releasing a Nexus device this year… they could have came up with monsterous hardware with stock Android…that would have been their #1 seller.

    3. HTC is leaps and bounds behind Samsung and even Motorola

      1. HTC uses LCD vs AMOLED, so that puts HTC leaps and bounds ahead of Samsung, not to mention a better camera and more storage than the S3 for $199.

        1. The fact that HTC still uses LCD instead of OLED, puts them behind everyone else. OLED is the future. Even Motorola has realized this.

          1. If pixelated, dim and blue tint is the future, then I want no part of it.

          2. No, instead blacks that look grey, and yellow that looks white, is the future right? I have not seen an OLED screen that is dim. 2013 TV’s will be OLED in case you are not aware. You should probably hold on to your walkman tape player too then, if you don’t want part of the future.

          3. OLED is future, yes. Is it now? Hell no. Enjoy your futuristic dim unfinished screen while I enjoy Super LCD :D I’ll buy OLED when it’s time comes, 2013.

          4. It’s been proven over and over and over, LCD has the best brightness, color accuracy, and power usage. OLED only wins in black levels, but black levels are only important in dark or very dimly lit environments. These environments are not common place for phone use.

  2. Unless HTC specifically comes out and says they WILL upgrade the VX, not once, not twice, but 3 times to the new versions of Android, I would stay clear from buying it. You’re going to get screwed just like the One V buyers, which was even one of their devices from the “big rebranding launch”.

  3. Should I get the One X+ or stay with my Samsung Moment?

  4. What happen to HTC making less phones?

  5. Not with apple’s d!ck in their mouth. They just gave apple their f&cking patents for lte. apple is more powerful than ever. you can take this phone and shove it sideways up your ass HTC.

    1. That’s exactly my thought. The deal that HTC made with apple only benefits apple. Now apple will use HTC LTE patents to fence off samsung in court…

  6. well i wanna say i owned the One x but took it back to to little storage, and this friday i will own the X+ because i kno what to expect, and people who talk smack about a cell phone because they had a bad experience in the past with that brand is stupid, im currently using my inspire and for the moment i did own the one X not the plus, it felt like the best phone i could have gotten, yes better than the s3, so there is no reason i wont buy this X+ friday, its all mind, and this is all my opinion, so whoever try and diss me over a cell phone, YO kiss my A$$ and get a life

  7. One x+ is a beast of a phone and you idiots that say HTC is behind cause the use LCD displays are crazy cause almost all reviewers agree that the one x has the best display.

  8. The only thing preventing me from jaw dropping is the ram. 2 gb would fix that multitasking problem the original One X had. I’m sure there’s gonna be the same problem here.

  9. If it became normal for phones to have 64gb for 200 with two year contracts I’d be fine with no sd slots.

  10. I am sick of this crap!! Just got my Note 2, and now the beautiful One X+ is coming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    This sucks!! What to do?? I love HTC the screen is gorgeous and I actually love sense!

  11. I’m still looking for the part where they make a promise.

  12. Stop the exclusives already. This device has been out since April as the One X. And its still only available on one carrier. Tell me again how exclusives raised your profit margins.

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