HTC Reveals New Strategy at Mobile World Congress – The HTC One, Dropbox, and Sense 4.0

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Brad Chacos

Hopefully the expanded Beats Audio support carries over to the Rezound -- it sucks that the tech only works with the built-in music player on that phone.

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kixofmyg0t

Beats has been ported to other phones like the Motorola Photon 4G and the rest of HTC's lineup.

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ManRay

This poor guy opens his new phone's box, and it was a piece of shit.
He filmed it after he saw what a piece of shit it was.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFp4kJylI9w&list=UUVwt3gDNAYrKBzXbWYTEt3Q&index=2&feature=plcp

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PnkPwrRngr

Boo! T-mo needs some love.

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Hey.That_Dude

uh, where does it say T-mo doesn't get love?
HSPA+...duh.

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dgrmouse

The site that Maximum PC quotes states quite clearly that the HTC One X will be an AT&T exclusive in the US...duh.

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Hey.That_Dude

Any monkey on this site knows that they use the same tech so the phone can be unlocked and used on the T-Mo network.

DUH!

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dgrmouse

@Dude: The HTC One X may not even have HSPA support in the US. Stop being a jerk.

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compro01

nope. Same tech, but different frequencies.

T-mobile's LTE network will be using the 1700MHz band (they got the frequency allotment from AT&T as part of the failed merger deal), which the One doesn't support, at least not according to the released specs.

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Hey.That_Dude

That's why you unlock the phone and tell the tuner which freq.s to use. It's all digital baby. Admittedly harder, but it's not hard set into the silicon. (unless it is and they're using shitty silicon again.)

EDIT: even if you DON'T go screwing around with the freq.s T-moblie still shares the 850mhz GSM and 1900mhz HSPA+ near AT&T.

AND BTW's I've only ever been talking about HSPA+ compatability.

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