Best Buy starts taking orders for AT&T’s HTC One X
Word on the street is that one can go into a local Best Buy and reserve themselves an HTC One X for AT&T’s network. According to Droid Life, all you need is $50 down to secure the hot new Android 4.0 smartphone announced at Mobile World Congress this week. There’s no indication yet as to what the final price point will be nor when you’ll actually be able to take ownership of the handset.
If you decide to head to your local Bet Buy or Best Buy Mobile store to pre-order your HTC One X, let us know what kind of situation you run into. What’s the vibe at your store and do your sales reps have anything else to add?
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