With Customs holding the HTC One X, finding it anywhere is difficult. AT&T released the One X on May 6, and there’s still a few retailers that have some in stock to sell.
Unfortunately, potential buyers that want the white version of the HTC One X will have to try their luck in stores, as we weren’t able to find the white version in stock anywhere online. The gray version of the phone is still available in several places, however.
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The least expensive place to by the HTC One X online or off is Amazon Wireless. Amazon still has the gray HTC One X in stock, and is selling it for just $129.99. That’s $70 less than AT&T charges, and $30 less than the phone’s original price on Amazon.
Radio Shack has the next best deal. The retailer doesn’t offer any discounts on the phone, but it does offer seven free Coldplay songs with the purchase of it. It seems like a strange promotion, but at least the retailer has the phone in stock. Strangely, while The Shack does have the gray version on sale for $199.99, the store’s link to the white version links to the Motorola Droid 3 instead.
Best Buy is the last store we found that has the HTC One X on AT&T available. Like the other stores, Best Buy only has the gray version in stock, and it charges the full $199.99 for the Android 4.0 smartphone. The upside is Best Buy, like Radio Shack has the option to pick up the phone in retail stores, assuming the store has it in stock.
For users that really want a white version of the HTC One X on AT&T the only option is to call stores and ask, or go to eBay. Some users are selling the white One X on the auction site for $500 or more. The price is a bit steep, but if Customs holds the phone for too long, eBay might be the only place to find the phone.
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