Counting the days ‘til May 6th? You can get in line for the upcoming HTC One X from AT&T by pre-ordering now.
AT&T is accepting online pre-orders for the HTC One X Android 4 smartphone, both in gray and white. With a two-year contract, the direct AT&T price is $199, due at shipping.
Amazon Wireless is also offering the AT&T HTC One X for pre-order (white or gray), but for $149 – a price good for both upgrades and new accounts. Same two-year contract requirement applies.
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Nokia’s Lumia 900 won’t be the only Windows Phone launching on AT&T April 8th; the HTC Titan II will also arrive on the second Sunday in April, but with a higher price.
The HTC Titan II is a Windows Phone 7.5 handset with a single-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon SoC. Features include 512MB of RAM, 16GB of onboard flash memory (no microSD memory slot), LTE support, and a 16MP primary camera. That’s not a typo: a 16 megapixel camera on a smartphone.
The phone has a large 4.7-inch Super LCD touchscreen display, among the largest screens available on any smartphone.
The Titan II will ship on April 8 for $199 on contract. We anticipate third-party retailers will undercut this price shortly after launch.
After months of waiting and uncertainty, AT&T has finally provided hard information on its upcoming flagship Windows Phone, the Nokia Lumia 900. The phone will launch April 8, 2012, for $99 on contract.
At launch, the Lumia 900 will be available in black or cyan; later in the month, a white version will also be available.
The Lumia 900 is the second Nokia Windows Phone released in the U.S. – the mid-range Lumia 710 hit T-Mobile earlier this year.
Features of the Lumia 900 include a 1.4GHz Snapdragon single-core processor, 16GB of onboard flash storage, a 4.3-inch AM-OLED touchscreen, an 8MP Carl Zeiss primary camera, a front-facing camera, and support for AT&T’s still-new LTE high speed data network.
The full press release is available after the jump.
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On March 21st, T-Mobile will launch the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, follow-up to last year’s Galaxy S 4G. The new phone features a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3 SoC, improved graphics, and support for T-Mobile’s HSDA+42 data network.
The Galaxy S Blaze 4G has a slightly smaller screen than its predecessor, 3.97-inches rather than 4-inches. Other features remain largely unchanged as well such as the screen resolution and primary camera specs.
The Blaze will begin appearing in select T-Mobile retail stores next Wednesday with a direct price of $149 after a $50 rebate. Nationwide availability will come the following week.
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There’ll soon be a new Droid RAZR in town, and while the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx won’t be quite as thin as the current model, it will have one feature that sets it apart from other Android phones: nearly a full day of constant use on a single charge.
That’s courtesy of its whopping 3300mAh Li-Ion battery – one that, according to Big Red, offers up to 21 hours of talk time per charge. The larger battery will make the RAZR Maxx thicker than the Droid RAZR, 0.35-inches rather than 0.28, but what’s a tenth of an inch or so when you can use the thing nonstop for 21 hours?!
Bear in mind that 21 hours is the best possible rating, and not for LTE use. Still, you’ll get a lot more quote-unquote 4G use out of 3300mAh than 1780mAh.
The Droid RAZR Maxx will be released Thursday, January 26, for $299 with a two-year contract. Stay tuned for third-party seller price drops.