AT&T bringing home HTC One X+, One VX Nov. 16

Pre-order the X+ starting Tuesday


It's been a little while since we've heard anything about the HTC One X+, the Taiwanese manufacturer's powerhouse of a phone that debuted Oct. 2 (not that we didn't see plenty of it beforehand).

One VX, but that was soon after the announcement, leaving us wanting more.

Ma Bell finally put an end to the information hold out, announcing Monday that its stores will start to carry both handsets starting Friday. The X+ will go for $199.99 while the VX will cost a more affordable $49.99.

Pre-orders for the X+ start Tuesday, and there's no indication the VX has any pre-order privileges coming its way.

Here's a video showing the One X+ doing what it's made to do:


While the above video gives a good memory jolt on just what the One X+ can do, it's worth noting that the phone features a 1.7GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 "4-Plus-1" processor, plus a "battery saving" fifth core.

It runs Android 4.1

The One VX, on the other hand, has a 4.5-inch qHD, scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass display (compared to the 4.7-inch, 720p found on the One X+), plus a 1080p video camera and 5MP snapper complete with HTC ImageSense.

The phone is NFC-ready and runs Android 4.0