Indian pricing of HTC One X, One V leaked before launch
| by Roydon Cerejo |
We just talked about an April 2 launch for the HTC One X in India, earlier today, and we’ve now got a whiff of the possible pricing when it actually launches. According to Phonemantra, the HTC One X will arrive with a very attractive price tag of Rs.35,000, while the One V will be priced at Rs.17,000. Now, we’ve obviously spoken to the powers that be at HTC and they say that it’s still not going to be officially launched till probably Monday (2nd April). There’s no word about the pricing for the One S, yet. If HTC do launch it at that price, then we can expect older phones around that price segment to start dropping in price, like the Galaxy Note, Sensation XE, Evo 3D, etc. Based on the specifications alone, the One V is proving to be a very strong competitor to the Xperia Neo V as they share some of the basic specifications.
HTC One X
The One X will be HTC’s and India’s very first quad-core phone when it launches. Armed with Android 4.0, a large IPS display, 8MP shooter and 32GB of onboard memory, it seems like a formidable opponent.
HTC One V
The One V will also feature ICS, but is targeted at the mid-range segment. While it doesn’t up the ante in terms of specifications, when compared to existing handsets in this price range, a new addition is always welcome and gives users more options to choose from.
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