AT&T HTC One X

In what either is good news for sales numbers or bad news for initial inventory numbers, the AT&T HTC One X currently is listed as "out of stock" on AT&T's website for both the white and gray versions. How long that'll remain the case remains unknown (and we're not quite sure how long it's been listed out of stock). The good news is if you're looking to get out, there are myriad options, including the ol' brick-and-mortar route.

But no matter how you go about snagging your AT&T One X, be sure to read our comprehensive review first!

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AT&T HTC One X out of stock online

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After my recent experience with the HTC One X Pre-Order fiasco, it will be a long time before I purchase anything from Radio Shack.

TD

agreed. they tried to put the simcard in w/o the simcard tray and had to void a OneX, then it took them over an hour for a crossupgrade. Avoid RadioShack at all cost!

It's (HOX) a great phone, I have nothing bad to say about it. But for some reason I find myself more and more excited about the SGS3 coming out. I don't want to be thinking about wanting another phone while I use the one I have.

Kind of like a marriage. Shouldn't be committed to something if you keep thinking about something else haha.

Besides the Exynos, I'm really excited for all the little things Samsung put in the SGS3 like direct call, gestures (about 7 or more of them), S Voice, Buddy Photo share (once all my friends have SGS3 variants) and vibrate notification.

I will have both of them for a few days and will be comparing them on daily use, but I can already feel much more excitement from looking at all the SGS3 preview videos then when I looked at all the HOS preview videos.

"Kind of like a marriage. Shouldn't be committed to something if you keep thinking about something else haha". It's clear now why our divorce rates have skyrocketed in the last decade! :)

Looks like US version of S3 wont have Exynos tho. The rumors are saying that is will have the same processor as the One X. Unless you will be importing the int'l version.

I am getting an international version.
-My data is limited to 2gbs
-Even though LTE is in LA, LA county is huge and it does not reach me where I am.
-I have Wi-Fi at work and Wi-Fi at home.

By the time LTE is up and running everywhere and is completely stable, I will be moving onto the SGS4 or its variant.

I am getting an international version.
-My data is limited to 2gbs
-Even though LTE is in LA, LA county is huge and it does not reach me where I am.
-I have Wi-Fi at work and Wi-Fi at home.

By the time LTE is up and running everywhere and is completely stable, I will be moving onto the next best Android device within 1.2 years from now since that is when my contract is up. I'll also sell the SGS3.

You know the North America versions aren't getting the Exynos right?

Or do you not mind giving up LTE and buying an international version?

After HTC's poor quarterly report, is great to see they are back in the game. Am likely to go with the Sprint version of One X over SG3.

They're not going to push the One X until the advertising period ends with the Lumia 900 on the 20th. Then, you'll see more One Xs in stock, and actual advertisements for the One X from HTC and AT&T.

Or maybe they are in fact, simply out of stock.
The phone is popular.

All 7 people who bought the Lumia probably wouldn't be enough for AT&T to pull shenanigans with the huge demand for the One X.

Worse case, they might be waiting for HTC's next software build before replenishing inventory thereby saving themselves from having to deal with all the returns.

You couldn't be more wrong. HTC One X is just popular that's why its out of stock, heck even more popular than the Lumia 900 or any wp7 for that matter. They don't need advertising, it already has so much buzz.

The HTC One X testing units and second shipments got caught up in customs due to potential legal issues with the phone. The dispute was resolved quickly last week, but customs did not get word for awhile. HTC One X should be back soon...