Review: HTC One VX for AT&T
The HTC One VX brings a lot to the table for its $50 price tag. While I wish the hardware felt and functioned a wee bit better, I can't ding HTC too much for picking cheaper plastics in this price class. The fine performance of the Android operating system and many applications contained therein make the VX an excellent vehicle for checking email, staying in touch with social networks, and perhaps even getting some work done. It has as many entertainment options as any other modern smartphone, and the camera does a decent job for this class of device.
If you're on a budget, the HTC VX delivers plenty of performance.
Hands On: HTC VX and One X+ for AT&T
The HTC VX and One X+ are solid entries from HTC that boast good specs, good looks, and good performance. Here are Phone Scoop's initial impressions.
AT&T Announces HTC VX, Will Sell One X+ with LTE
AT&T today followed HTC's announcement of the One X+ by confirming that it will offer an LTE version of the device in the coming months. AT&T also announced that it will sell the HTC VX, which falls in the middle of HTC's product portfolio.
HTC One VX Lands on AT&T's Web Site for $49
AT&T has made the HTC One VX available for sale via its web site. The VX costs $49.99 with a new two-year contract.
HTC One X+ and VX Arrive at AT&T Stores November 16
AT&T today announced that both the HTC One X+ and HTC VX Android smartphones will be available online and in stores beginning November 16. The One X+ will cost $199.99 and the VX will cost $49.99.
More Carriers and Phone Makers Agree to Adopt Google's RCS-Based 'Android Messages' Service
Google today said more wireless network operators and handset manufacturers will use Android Messages, its RCS-based messaging service, as the default SMS/MMS tool on their phones. (Android Messages was previously known as Google Messenger.) Some of the features of RCS, which is a global standard, include group chat, high-resolution photo sharing, advanced calling features, and read receipts.