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HTC One X+ (AT&T)

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Submitted by MG3 on Jan 14, 2013 , Last update by MG3, Jan 14, 2013

The HTC One X+ for AT&T gains quad-core power and pumped-up internal storage to help keep it in the thick of the pack, if not quite on top of it.
Published on: Jan 05, 2013
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HTC One X+ for AT&T: what's different?

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Submitted by MG3 on Dec 17, 2012

If you're in the US, should you pick AT&T's One X+ over the foreign model? Yes, definitely. Despite suffering slightly from carrier bloat, it features LTE and costs significantly less, even unsubsidized ($550 vs. £474 / $764). More importantly, should you get AT&T's original One X instead of the newer version? While the older phone sells for as little as $0.01 with a two-year agreement and typically retails for $100 on the carrier's website, the One X+ costs $200 on contract. If storage is critical, there's no doubt that AT&T's One X+ is the smarter choice; 64GB vs. 16GB is nothing to sneer at. Otherwise, we think the One X offers much better value. Ultimately, these handsets are among HTC's finest, so you can't go wrong either way, and if you don't care about style, there's always AT&T's Galaxy S III ($200).
From: Engadget
Published on: Dec 09, 2012
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HTC One X+ (AT&T) Review

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Submitted by MG3 on Dec 10, 2012

The HTC One X+ for AT&T gains quad-core power and pumped-up internal storage to help keep it in the thick of the pack, if not quite on top of it.
From: PC Magazine
Published on: Dec 06, 2012
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