The time has finally come.
After a brief stay in U.S. customs, HTC’s shining star — the One X — will be back on AT&T store shelves. The device was originally launched back on May 6, but a pesky ITC exclusion order meant additional shipments of the handsome handsets were kept from reaching their final destinations.
That means you can go ahead and order the device now, by clicking here, or stroll on into an AT&T store come June 10 with $200 in your wallet (or bank account).
If for some reason you’ve let the One X slip out of your consciousness, here’s a quick specs refresh:
We’ll be hitting you up with a full review of this phone as soon as possible, if you happen to be on the fence. To all the rest of you– when you know, you know. Go forth and buy.
HTC Corp, (TAIEX: 2498) produces smartphones running the Android and Windows Phone 7 operating systems for themselves and as an OEM to other manufacturers. Since launching its own brand in late 2006, the company has introduced dozens of HTC-branded products around the world. The company recently introduced the HTC diamond to compete with Apple’s iPhone. Founded in 1997 by Cher Wang, Chairwoman, and H T Cho - former CEO who is a chairman now, HTC made its name as...