AT&T has now listed the HTC One VX for sale on their website, and the regular pricing as mentioned there is $350, which could be the one without any contract, but go with the 2-year contract with AT&T, and you can grab this attractive handset for a price of $49.99. If you wish not to pay for that long period, the carrier would take it for an year and charge you $299.99 right now.
This piece from HTC having a beautiful design, will have the 4G LTE connectivity, and the 4.5 inch qHD display, while internally it is powered by 1.5GHz dual core processor, and a GB of RAM.
Its coming in white color, and there’s many things better than one of the mid-range perfect devices from HTC, the Desire X. You’ve got to buy this one if you are looking for something in the mid-range, but are fine with the contract with AT&T.
Dec 1st, 2012
The HTC One VX device missed the actual big launch and would now be available in a week’s time directly in the US market via the AT&T network. It was the same phone which was announced along with the high-end HTC One X+ back in October and the expected time of arrival was around the third week of November but we saw no signs of it then. The One VX was not at all available since the actual expected date, i.e. November 16th but now one of the spokesperson from AT&T has given a date of 7th December, which could be directly targeting the festival season when the demand for the smartphones would be quite high.
Christmas being round the corner, the phone with the 4.5-inch screen is going to have a good demand during this month when the phone would be actually available in the market. To refresh about the HTC One VX, here are the specs included:
- 4.5-inch qHD display
- 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS
- 1GB of RAM
- 5 Megaxpixel rear camera
- 8GB of Internal Storage
- Expandable memory of up to 32GB via MicroSD card slot
- 1800 mAh battery
Along with the specifications, the design of the phone looks sleek and beautiful and keeping in mind that the manufacturer is HTC, the design is always something better than others. The One VX has a metal trim with the matte silver / white finish and it adjusts pretty well into the pocket, although the large 4.5-inch screen. We’ve recently reviewed the HTC Desire X, and the design of both the devices is almost the same, except the size.
HTC should have made the inclusion of the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean at least, when the device still is still not in the market and thus having the Android ICS would be a drawback. While HTC has kept many features in comparison with the HTC One S but everything is lesser in internal specs when compared to the HTC One X, and the later released HTC One X+.
The One X has a little bulge for the 8MP camera on the rear side, but the lens of the 5MP camera on the back of One VX has not bulge but lies in the same level as the back panel.