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AT&T to get HTC's latest One X+, One VX Android phones

updated 11:07 am EDT, Tue October 2, 2012

One VX, One X+ will be exclusive at AT&T in the US

AT&T has confirmed that it will soon offers its customers the just-introduced HTC One X+ and One VX smartphones. The former has been detailed so we'll focus on the latter, but both share many features, including 4G LTE network support and now, their exclusivity at AT&T. While the One X+ will get Android 4.1, however, the One VX makes do with Android 4.0.

The One VX is the latest and fourth addition to HTC's One series of phones that also include the One X, One V, and One S. While the One X+ will supersede the One X, it's not clear whether the One VX will replace the One V, but it's certainly likely.

It sports a 4.5-inch touchscreen with 960x540 resolution and protected by Corning's Gorilla Glass along with a dual-core, 1.2GHz Qualcomm S4 processor. There is just 8GB of built-in storage, but a microSD memory card slot is present. The rear side of the unibody-phone (touted as the thinnest of its kind at 9.19mm) houses a five-megapixel camera. Otherwise inside is an NFC radio and apt-X Bluetooth audio that promises high wireless quality.

While it will arrive with Android 4.0, an update is promised to arrive soon that will upgrade the phone to Android 4.1 and the corresponding HTC Sense 4 skin. There is no word yet on pricing or ship dates at AT&T, however. [via SlashGear]



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