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HTC One X => HTC One X Discussions => : HTC One X May 19, 2012, 07:33:12 AM

: HTC One XT lands at China Mobile. It’s a quad-core One X with TD-SCDMA support
: HTC One X May 19, 2012, 07:33:12 AM

HTC will be expanding its One line of smartphones once more. Up until now we’ve acquired the One X, One Azines, and One Sixth is v that were announced during MWC. There’s also the One XL, the LTE-enabled version from the One By that comes with any dual-core, not quad-core processor, and which can be confusingly being sold in the US by AT&T as the One Times.

And today the HTC A single XT has been released in China. This is a model of the 1 X which has support for China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA flavour of 3rd generation. It retains the quad-core Nvidia Tegra Three processor with the One Times. In fact, all of the One XT’s specifications are identical towards the One Times, except for in which connectivity. Rather than supporting HSPA+ such as the internationally-selling One By, it’s tailored to be able to China Mobile’s 3rd generation.

The One XT can be purchased for the amazingly expensive expense of 5,688 yuan, which amounts to $899 or perhaps €707 at today’s fx rates. Still, it is undoubtedly one of many two best Android mobile phones that have been declared this year (another being the actual yet-unreleased Samsung Galaxy S III).

Having its top canine on China Mobile, the particular world’s largest carrier with more than 650 million subscribers, should aid grow HTC’s market share in Cina (which has become the world’s largest smart phone market). Few non-Chinese brand cell phones get launched over there together with full support for Cina Mobile Third generation, so the A single XT could have a possibility of selling practically (for a high-end system, of course). Nevertheless, its price is most likely going to stay at home the way of which achievement, but we’ll see.

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