You may have heard that HTC had a bit of a rough time at the US customs, as the authorities tried to stop some of their products from entering the country, because they breached some patents. Last I heard, HTC One X was involved in this ban and HTC had problems with the patent regarding the technology used to turn a number from a text or email into a callable set of figures, if I’m not mistaking.


Now, the One X is finally here, in its dual core Snapdragon S4 version with LTE on board and by “finally here” I mean it’s days away from the debut on AT&T. The phone will come to stores on June 10, having surpassed all the customs problems. The device will be available on a $200 two year contract, just like the original plan. This 4.7 inch handset will compete hard with the Samsung Galaxy S III, that has a similar price and pretty similar features and it also debuted today on AT&T.

The question is: are you ready for the new HTC Sense interface and that crazy good camera, or are you more of a TouchWiz guy/gal and want those innovative features that Samsung integrated into the Galaxy S III. It’s your choice in the end, but choose wisely, since you’ll be committing to this phone for at least a year, I guess…

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