To follow up on our report about the arrival of the HTC One X on Telus Mobility in Canada, we’ve got more news to share on the price of HTC’s flagship phone on the carrier and when you’ll be able to purchase one. Although the carrier’s website still has the HTC One X listed as “coming soon”, a leaked internal document that was uncovered by Mobile Syrup indicates that the phone will arrive on July 13. This gives you a day to decide on whether to get Samsung’s latest and greatest – if you haven’t already done so – or pick HTC’s device instead. Look what Everything Tech had to say about the launch by Telus of The HTC Onx X. “If you’re still on the fence between the two, perhaps some price details of the HTC One X will help you make an informed decision. Telus will offer the One X for $129.99 with a three-year contract. The two-year and one-year contract will set you back $529.99 and $579.99 – respectively. If you don’t want to be bound by any contractual agreement, you can purchase the HTC One X out right for $629.99. In case you’re wondering, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is offered for $159.99 with a three-year contract. So, will you choose the HTC One X over its Samsung competitor?” For the full article check it out here http://www.evrythingtech.com/2012/07/telus-to-launch-htc-one-x-on-july-13.html
At the Annual CTIA in New Orleans Samsung’s Galaxy S III has heads turning. Jessica Dolcourt reports from New Orleans” Samsung Galaxy S III hands-on: Oh yes, it has wow factor The Samsung Galaxy S III has come to America! At least for a quick visit to CTIA. Here we get our first look of Samsung’s flagship phone. NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012. Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why. NEW ORLEANS–Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, has crossed the pond and landed in my hands at CTIA 2012. Quite a few commenters on CNET’s live blog expressed their disappointment, saying that the Galaxy S III is an evolution, not a revolution, that they wish it had a better camera, that it came in ceramic material, and that the design wasn’t that compelling. I must respectfully disagree on all three counts, and here’s why. Design I found the phone’s design and two colors — marble white and pebble blue — immediately compelling. The handset’s plastic looked far more premium than other devices. Yes, the white version is shiny plastic, but the silver accents give it a more premium look and feel. The “pebble blue” color (which to my eyes is more like a slate gray with bluer overtones) looks like it has a brushed finish.” Can’t wait to see it!
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