At long last HTC's mid-range One VX Android handset should soon make its overdue arrival with AT&T, at least according to one report.
The HTC One VX was originally supposed to share the Nov. 16 launch date of its sibling smartphone, the HTC One X+, but when the day came there was no sign of the VX in stores or on AT&T's website.
While it's still unclear why exactly the handset didn't launch as planned, word leaked to Android Central that a new date had been set for Dec. 7.
An AT&T spokesperson confirmed the release date to TechRadar saying, "we expect to be fully stocked in all channels by 12/7."
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Better late than never
The HTC One VX is a slight step down from its One X big brother, but still packs impressive hardware for the price.
It has a 4.5-inch qHD scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass display, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 4G LTE, a 5MP camera and 1080p video capabilities.
The One VX was originally announced for $49.99 with a two-year contract, and AT&T has given no indication that the price changed with the delay.