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We're seeing more and more high-end smartphones enter the market, and keeping up with all of them is nothing short of overwhelming. How will you decide which one will be your next handset? Here’s how popular beasts like the Galaxy S III stack up against upcoming options like the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920.
Aussies certainly know a thing or two about patent disputes delaying product launches. It sucks. Now Americans are facing that fate with the HTC One X and Evo 4G LTE (the US-centric successor to the Evo 3D). They'll be indefinitely delayed at US Customs for investigation of an Apple patent infringement. HTC explains.
Is it a comically-large miner's lamp? An homage to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers? And why is he falling out of a plane? To show you how well this phone's camera takes pictures, obviously.
Vodafone has now locked in the HTC One X (see our hands on). Pre-orders kick off today for the 4.7-inch, Android 4.0 phone with 1.5GHz and Tegra 3 processor, and it hits stores next Tuesday.
When Virgin Mobile announced it'd be selling the One X, I pretty much picked that it'd also end up at Optus as well. Optus has just confirmed this, as well as announcing its pricing plans.
HTC's One handsets are lining up to be interesting creatures, but the exact details of which carrier would snag which handset hasn't been clear. The One X has emerged at an unlikely first port of call; it'll be a Virgin Mobile handset.
MWC is great for revealing phones, but sorting out which phone is going to which carrier is a rather more labyrinthine maze, as HTC's announcement of the HTC One X proves.
Exciting times are afoot if you’re coming off contract soon. Australia’s first 4G phone (the Velocity 4G) arrived yesterday, alongside the Samsung Omnia W, our first second-gen Windows Phone. Then there are upcoming phones like the HTC Titan II, Sony Xperia S, Nokia Lumia 900 and the Asus Padfone. Here’s how these upcoming beasts compare.