HTC One X price cut by half to $99 at AT&T store. Get the HTC’s flagship phone at the lowest price ever
The rumors which started a while ago on xda-developers forum about a significant price drop of the HTC One X are now confirmed and AT&T has cut its price by half. The HTC One X is now available for affordable $99 with a new two-year contract. See details below.
Deal on HTC One X for AT&T
|Full Retail Price||$449.99|
|2 Year Contract Discount||-$350.00|
Official reasons for this unexpected price drop are still unknown, but some speculate that it might be a classic move to get the sale of HTC One X up. With Galaxy S III taking stores by storm, consumers began losing interest in HTC’s flagship smartphone. And is there a better incentive than more money in your pocket? Probably not.
Competition or not, the phone itself is worth a closer look. With its stunning 4.7-inch true 720p HD touch screen with a 1280 x 720 resolution, it certainly is an eye-catcher. The quality of movies with no cropping or letterboxing has never been better on a phone.
The photos you take with the enhanced 8 megapixel camera with an f/2.0 28mm lens with smart LED flash and the videos you record in 1080p HD quality can be stored in 16 GBs of internal memory.
The HTC One X is loaded with a Snapdragon 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM on board which keeps high productivity while running on AT&T 4G LTE fast network speeds so you can download files while surfing the Web and streaming music at the same time.
Other features of HTC One X include: Beats Audio for out of this world music experience, the newest version of HTC Sense, and SoundHound (SM) to identify songs sou are listening to. The HTC One X runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.