HTC One VX now available from AT&T


After announcing the handset for a launch alongside the One X+, a delay forced AT&T to push the release of the HTC One VX back to December 7th. According to the calendar December 7th is today, and according to AT&T the One VX is now in stock online and in stores. The One VX is an Android 4.0/Sense 4 device priced reasonably at $49.99 on contract.

The highlights of the One VX include its slim unibody design, 4.5-inch qHD display, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, and 5MP camera. It is privy to all the enhancements of HTC Sense, including Beats Audio and ImageSense technology.

If you are planning to pick up the phone, which is exclusive to AT&T, drop by our One VX forums over at AndroidForums to share your thoughts and opinions on the new phone.

[via AT&T]

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  1. *yawn* wake me when HTC does something anyone cares about. Just send me a text on my Note 2.

  2. is there any reason to upgrade from a galaxy s2 to this one. 4.5″ is the upper limit as far as I am concerned for screen size.

    1. Nope! None whatsoever! I’m running a jelly bean leak on my s2 from Sprint right now and it will be ota very soon. I’m sure that urs will be running the same too. This device will never see that. I don’t even think the 3d is yet or will either lol.

  3. The Sony Xperia TL would be a better option than this one. Xperia TL, when on sale, has better spec and pricing than this. And not to mention the TL has better camera, screen resolution and processor.

  4. Why get this when $50 more u can get the One X

  5. HTC! Stop! What R U doing?! Staaph!

    The One series was supposed to give you some brand recognition and used to identify your key leading devices and that you are focused on them. Stop diluting it! I have lost track of the various One series models now — S, X, XL, X+, V, XV, etc.

    If you really need to create so many variants, stop putting them under the One series. You are making “One” redundant if you put that in every HTC phone’s name.

  6. The far better One X is now 1 cent at AT&T. I wish these manufacturers would take Apple’s example and stop backpedaling on phones. Stop wasting your money (customers’ money) developing products spec’d lower than those you released a year ago.

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