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HTC One X from the front
HTC's latest additions to its flagship smartphone range, the One X and One S, finally went on sale in the UK on Thursday.
The One X is the better specced of the two handsets, but not by much: the main difference between them is that the One X has a larger display and more internal storage. Both run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The quad-core Android handsets made their debut on February at Mobile World Congress, alongside the One XL and One V, which have yet to arrive in any country.
Vodafone, Three, O2, Orange and T-Mobile are offering the phones on a range of different contracts, varying by operator. They can also be bought from retailers SIM-free, priced from around £480.
In the UK, the smartphones face stiff competition from top-performing Android rivals such as the Samsung Galaxy S II — widely recognised as one of the best-selling Android handsets of the last 12 months — as well as Apple's iPhone 4S. The Nokia Lumia 900, which is set to launch in May, is a potential rival from the Windows Phone camp.
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