1. xXBLACKBERRYXx5's Avatar
    I read an article Stating there would be a 1.7 ghz quad core tegra one x going to tmobile and it'll have jelly bean. Here's the link http://androidcommunity.com/htc-one-...bean-20120803/

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    08-03-2012 03:25 PM
  2. xXBLACKBERRYXx5's Avatar
    It even mentions that it may come to att. Which In a sense explains the price drop. If that's the case I'm gonna be fairly angry because I would rather have the amazing tegra graphics.

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    08-03-2012 03:36 PM
  3. SenseMonkey's Avatar
    Its might be going to tmobile cause the tegra3 chip might still be 4g lte incompatible and tmobile uses hspa for their 4g. :P
    08-04-2012 12:22 PM
  4. Kevin OQuinn's Avatar
    Its might be going to tmobile cause the tegra3 chip might still be 4g lte incompatible and tmobile uses hspa for their 4g. :P
    Yup

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    08-04-2012 03:25 PM
  5. xXBLACKBERRYXx5's Avatar
    Sigh. Lol oh well

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    08-04-2012 03:27 PM
  6. harhis23's Avatar
    Yeah, that's what the news said. HTC is bumping up its devices just to squeeze more revenue from them. Probably, it still cannot afford to release high quality, feature-packed smartphones due to financial problems.
    08-13-2012 11:59 AM
  7. Kevin OQuinn's Avatar
    Yeah, that's what the news said. HTC is bumping up its devices just to squeeze more revenue from them. Probably, it still cannot afford to release high quality, feature-packed smartphones due to financial problems.
    Lulz. I guess the current One X isn't "high-quality and feature-packed" enough for you. What features is it missing exactly?

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    08-20-2012 05:09 AM
  8. Sazura65's Avatar
    The HTC One X+ will be an interesting device.. But Kevin and SenseMonkey are right - it very well might be because T-Mobile is running HSPA+
    08-21-2012 02:00 PM
  9. Sazura65's Avatar
    Yeah, that's what the news said. HTC is bumping up its devices just to squeeze more revenue from them. Probably, it still cannot afford to release high quality, feature-packed smartphones due to financial problems.
    Umm.. Although I've never used one, what exactly is missing from the HOX? Seems like a high end device to me.
    08-21-2012 02:02 PM
  10. ChromeJob's Avatar
    Answer:

    HTC had to use the Krait processor for LTE while the Euro market got the Tegra... But a new Tegra is coming out with LTE builtin, IIRC.

    Good news for the US buyers who boohooed in their Russian Bulls about not getting the Tegra-chipped One from ATT.

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    08-26-2012 10:37 AM
  11. icebike's Avatar
    Its might be going to tmobile cause the tegra3 chip might still be 4g lte incompatible and tmobile uses hspa for their 4g. :P
    So does AT&T. They've been calling their HSPA by the 4G name for two years.

    And quite frankly, its fast enough.
    That's why I chose the international model HOX for use on AT&T.
    08-31-2012 01:31 PM
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