HTC One VX

It's tough to sell a smartphone if you're not selling the smartphone. That tongue-twister refers to AT&T's HTC One VX, a mid-level Android smartphone that was supposed to have been released back on Nov. 16. Only, it wasn't. No sign of it on AT&T's website, and stores we've contacted seemed to have never heard of the thing. (We gave them a stern lecture about reading Android Central at least twice a day.)

The details surrounding the absence of the One VX still aren't entirely clear. AT&T plainly said that it was to launch alongside the One X+. One phone made, the other didn't. But an AT&T spokesperson today told us the carrier "expects to be fully stocked in all channels by Dec. 7."

So if after seeing our hands-on with the One VX you can't wait to get yours on one as well, you're going to need a little more patience. And hope this new date plays out.

 

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AT&T's HTC One VX should finally be available by Dec. 7

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I did, and at times was looked at as a geek, or in disbelief....but I stayed ahead of coworkers when it came to product knowledge!

I'm betting/hoping HTC pulled it back to put all those things that Apple sued them into removing back into the OS.

I seen the phone and gotta admit it feels nice and the lack of camera hump makes the phone feel nice in the pocket.