Today, wireless carrier AT&T went official with plans to add two new Android-based smartphones from HTC to its offering, namely the HTC One X+ and One VX.
Both phones will arrive at AT&T with support for its 4G LTE network, while being capable of providing users with great audio and video features.
Both handsets will be available in the United States exclusively on AT&T’s network, yet the carrier hasn’t provided specific info on when the two will be released on shelves.
HTC One X+
was made official today with a large 4.7-inch, 720p HD screen and with a 1.7 GHz Tegra 3 NVIDIA quad-core processor packed inside.
The mobile phone is running under Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
and sports HTC’s Sense 4+ user interface on top.
Not only is the new phone capable of delivering better performance, but it will also offer longer battery life and expanded storage capabilities (64GB) when compared to the One X.
On the back, the new smartphone packs an 8-megapixel photo snapper with auto-focus and support for full HD video recording.
As for the HTC One VX, it was designed for users looking for an affordable Android smartphone that can still offer appealing features.
With a 4.5-inch screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, the handset sports a 5-megapixel photo snapper on the back and a unibody form factor that is only 9.19 millimeters thin.
According to Jeff Bradley, senior vice president – Devices and Developer Services, AT&T, the launch of these smartphones will provide the carrier’s customers with even more options when it comes to choosing a smartphone
that fits their needs.
"The HTC One X has been hailed as the best phone we have ever made, so our best smartphone just got better with the HTC One X+. And the family of HTC products at AT&T is expanding to give consumers more choice,” said Mike Woodward, president of North America, HTC.