AT&T has unveiled the availability of the HTC One X+ and HTC One VX on its stores starting this Friday, November 16.
HTC One X+
The U.S. telecoms carrier pitches the HTC One X+ as the first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean smartphone to house a 1.7 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 ‘4-PLUS-1’ chip, which has a quad-core processor and a fifth core for low-power tasks. It is also the first smartphone in the U.S. market to come preinstalled with the new HTC Sense 4+ user interface. The HTC One X+ comes with a Carbon Black finish and 64 GB of built-in storage.
A large 2100 mAh battery ensures longer battery life during the most intensive processes, while the fifth core handles simple tasks such as active standby, local and online browsing, email, and music and video playback. It has an Intelligent Power Saver setting that further optimizes battery life.
The HTC One X+ boasts a 4.7-inch 720p HD touchscreen and the same camera as its predecessor, the HTC One X. Its 8MP camera comes with autofocus and uses HTC ImageChip for noise reduction, color bias removal and overall picture quality enhancement. With a non-partitioned 64 GB built-in memory, it stores more high quality multimedia contents and apps.
All members of HTC One family comes with exclusive features: HTC VideoPic (the ability to take still photos and shoot videos simultaneously), Continuous Shooting with one-click, and high quality images in low light environments.
AT&T will sell the HTC One X+ at company-owned stores and online starting November 16 for $199.99 with a new two-year agreement. Customers can pre-order the handset starting November 13 at www.att.com/onexplus. A look at the HTC One X+ in action is available in this video.
HTC One VX
AT&T will exclusively sell the HTC One VX in the U.S. It is only 9.19 millimeters thin, which makes it one of the slimmest unibody smartphones in the market.
The HTC One VX has a white color finish with silver accents and a 4.5-inch qHD touchscreen display with an anti-glare Corning Gorilla Glass protection.
Other key specs include a 1080p HD video recorder, a 5-megapixel camera with HTC ImageSense with HTC ImageChip integration, one-press continuous shooting at four frames per second, HTC VideoPic and Near-Field Communications (NFC) technology.
The HTC One VX runs HTC Sense 4 on top of Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. AT&T plans to update this handset and the original HTC One X to HTC Sense 4+ with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
AT&T said the HTC One VX will be available in-store starting November 16 for $49.99 with a new two-year agreement.
Both the HTC One X+ and the HTC One VX have preinstalled Beats Audio technology.