It will set you back $169.99 with a new three-year contract. It’s slated to be released sometime during this month, we’re guessing that it will be closer to its end. Still, that means you don’t have that much more to wait if you crave this device.
By the way, you should remember that this is the dual-core version of the One X – the same one that will be sold by AT&T in the States. It has a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor instead of Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quad-core. That’s because Nvidia’s chips still don’t have LTE support. Don’t be sad though, for the Snapdragon S4 is currently one of the most advanced bits of silicon out there, and can hold its own against the Tegra 3 without problems. Though you will lose the possibility of bragging to your peers that your phone has more cores than your computer (maybe). You win some, you lose some.
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