HTC One X Now Available In AT&T Stores After US Customs Review

HTC One XAT&T has made available the HTC One X starting from Sunday, June 10. The launch was actually a delay of two weeks after US Customs didn’t approve the sale of HTC One X due to the patent lawsuit between Apple and HTC. HTC One X will be sold exclusively by AT&T starting at $199 with a two year data plan. HTC One X is an Android phone featuring Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and a huge 4.7 inch touch display. The smartphone is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.

AT&T and HTC has used the Amazing Camera feature of One X as its selling point. The camera is capable of producing 99 photos continuously at four frames per second. It also boasts Video Pic, which allows users to take still photos during HD Video Recording at 720p.

This shipment delay due to patent lawsuit has made Sprint to sell HTC EVO 4G with a delay too. There are many patent lawsuits between various companies and Apple, indirectly affecting consumers in a way. Let us see, what happens in the Galaxy S3 lawsuit.

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