It’s another big launch day on At&t, although there hasn’t been much hoopla over these devices like some other recent ones. First, we have the HTC One X+, which runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and will be sold for $199.99 on a two-year contract. One of the improvements this phone has over its predecessor, the HTC One X, is 64GB of internal storage compared to 16GB. The HTC One VX is an entry-level Android phone, going for $49.99 on contract.
This device is quite interesting! It is an Android-based point-and-shoot camera. It retails for $499, but with a two-year contract, you can get it for $399. In addition to being expensive, the other downside is that you’ll need to pay for another data line on your account to use its online sharing features.