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HTC EVO 4G LTE vs HTC One X

HTC EVO 4G LTE vs HTC One X

Now that the HTC EVO 4G LTE and the HTC One X have been released from customs - or so we've heard - we can start deciding which one we really want when we head to the store this week. What we've got here are two devices of the same mind, each with a 4.7-inch display, the same Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, and what very much appears the be the same camera on the back as well. The big difference then lies not in the hardware, but in the carrier - and with LTE on both devices, it might be a tough call - right?

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HTC US supplies slowly restart after software tweak

HTC US supplies slowly restart after software tweak

Are you feeling the squeeze yet? The AT&T One X and EVO 4G LTE are facing stock shortages in the United States thanks to a block at customs ordered by the ITC back in December. HTC was found to infringe on one of Apple’s patents relating to context menus used when select phone numbers or email addresses. It hasn’t been clear exactly when the ban will be lifted, but HTC has released a statement saying that some phones have slipped through customs already.

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US HTC phones circumvent Apple’s patents

US HTC phones circumvent Apple’s patents

Apple has managed to score a victory against HTC, with the ITC finding that its Android phones infringed a patent dealing with context menus. It may be short lived, however, as it has been discovered that HTC is shipping a custom version of Android in the United States without such context menus in order to circumvent the block. The Verge has confirmed that the AT&T HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE both exclude the infringing feature.

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HTC responds to One X multitasking hubbub

HTC responds to One X multitasking hubbub

There’s always trouble in paradise: xda-developers forum users are having issues with the way HTC has implemented multitasking on the HTC One X. Users are reporting that memory management is too aggressive, with some apps being killed in the background a little faster than they'd like. The cries for attention haven’t fallen on deaf ears, and HTC has issued a statement saying it implements multitasking in a slightly different way, but as it intended.

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SPIGEN SGP HTC One X Crumena Leather Pouch Series Review

SPIGEN SGP HTC One X Crumena Leather Pouch Series Review

This week we've gotten tot take a peek at SPIGEN SGP's latest addition to their extensive line of mobile device accessories with the Crumena Leather Pouch in white - made specifically for the HTC One X. This pouch is skillfully crafted with a single stitch lining its perimeter, has a soft fuzzy set of innards, and comes embossed with the Crumena series logo. This pouch fits the HTC One X (international version or AT&T version) perfectly snug and keeps it safe in your pocket without effort.

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HTC stock dives after Apple blocks smartphone shipments

HTC stock dives after Apple blocks smartphone shipments

HTC's stock price has been sent into a tumble, after imports of new HTC handsets into the US were blocked in customs by an Apple complaint to the  ITC. The company had been riding high on positive reviews of the One X and EVO 4G LTE, but saw new supplies of the Android smartphones frozen indefinitely after the US International Trade Commission upheld Apple's complaint that the handsets infringe a patent held by the Cupertino company. HTC's share price has dropped over 6.5-percent since the news.

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HTC EVO 4G LTE Photo Tour: New Orleans, CTIA 2012

HTC EVO 4G LTE Photo Tour: New Orleans, CTIA 2012

This week at CTIA 2012, HTC is taking the press on a tour of New Orleans as they allow us a look at the next hero phone with an HTC ImageSense chip onboard: the HTC EVO 4G LTE. This device is roughly similar in size to the HTC One X, has a black, red, and gray color scheme, and comes with no less than the last embedded kickstand on earth. What HTC is doing today is proving the power of this device's 8 megapixel camera, 1080p video capabilities, and HTC ImageSense chip onboard the next big EVO to hit the market. The following post's gallery of images is being updated throughout the night on May 9th, 2012 at this live bus tour event. Stick around for more!

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HTC blames AT&T for One X bootloader lock

HTC blames AT&T for One X bootloader lock

After it was discovered that the bootloader on HTC's new One X phone is not unlockable, a lot of smartphone enthusiasts had a sour taste in their mouths, especially since HTC had been one of the champions of unlockable bootloaders. So why, all of the sudden, is this latest mobile device going against the grain? Apparently HTC had its hands tied in this instance, and it's because of the mobile carrier AT&T.

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Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One X Hands-on

Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One X Hands-on

This week Samsung is bringing the heat to the smartphone world with their next-generation hero smartphone the Galaxy S III, its first big opponent being the HTC One X. The hero series of smartphones coming from HTC this year is known as HTC One collectively and here with the One X you'll find the display, hardware, and software to be as close as it gets to the Samsung Galaxy S III on the market today. Which one will hold your heart hostage for the summer of 2012? Let's have a look right here, right now!

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HTC One X Review (AT&T)

HTC One X Review (AT&T)

AT&T hasn't wasted any time getting HTC's new flagship, the One X, onto its network, though the US version of the smartphone has seen a few changes along the way. We've already comprehensively reviewed the One X in European, quadcore form, running NVIDIA's Tegra 3, but the AT&T model borrows the dualcore Qualcomm S4 from its smaller One S sibling and pairs it with LTE connectivity. Could this be the best variant of HTC's 2012 line-up so far? Read on for the SlashGear review.

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