2012-04-10 01h52_40

Kindly refrain from drooling into your keyboards for a moment while we fill you in on today's deal: HTC's latest high-end phone, the One X, packing 32GB of storage, Android 4.0, a 1.5Ghz quad-core processor and an unlocked GSM radio is currently available from Daily Steals for $629. For those of you who buy your phones unlocked, grab your wallets.

Update 4/11/12: The deal is back for one day, though this time through eBay (thanks, Daniel).


While the deal advertises the phone as 30% off the normal $899 price tag (yep, that math checks out), we have managed to find the phone cheaper elsewhere, but not that cheap. If you're looking to get in on the One X beauty early, now's the best time yet to do so.

For those who still have some saliva left, here's the full spec list:

• 32GB internal memory
• Android OS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
• 1.5GHz quad-core processor
• Unlocked
• 1.3MP front camera (720p for Video Chat)
• Capture still pictures while recording video
• GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
• HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
• 4.7” Super IPS LCD2 capacitive touchscreen
• 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi
• Micro USB 2.0 connection with MHL for USB or HDMI
• 8MP camera with auto-focus, smart LED flash, BSI sensor
• Capture 1080p HD video
• Beats Audio
• Noise cancellation
• Gyro, G, digital compass, proximity, ambient light sensors

So what are you waiting for? You've only got til midnight! Hurry up!

Source: Daily Steals Mobile

Eric Ravenscraft
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  • pachi72

    It would of been perfect if it had microSD support...It BS they are going the Apple way..

  • http://no-substitute.com/plus Kim Nilsson

    Who really tosses around several 32GB mSD cards, pulling and inserting them into their mobile phone on a daily basis?

    • DavidkSims

      Me. I have SanDisk 64Gb MicroSDXC I Class 6 in my Motorola Photon. Love it! I used to stream music and movies from home with ZumoCast. If you have bad signal it would stall and movies jammed up my CDMA phone. Move it to card!

      • Sam

        Exactly.... Not all of us have wifi or unlimited data all the time... MicroSD helps in storing music movies

    • pachi72

      And who in their right mind pulls out and inserts memory cards on a daily basis? You buy one and insert it ONCE!

    • Randy W

      Most do not. But a lot of folks do not have unlimited data plans to pull stuf from the cloud so we keep it on our phones. Being able to increse storage was one of the 3 reasons I chose Android over Apple along with removable battery. HTC strikes out on both counts with there new phones.

  • Himmat

    $899 is insane. In Malaysia, the SRP is RM2099, roughly USD700 - unlocked. Well at least for once I see a Malaysian SRP lower than that of the US :P

  • Martim

    VERY nice phone. The only only thing I would change would be to add on screen buttons. That, and changing it to stock Android.

  • Martin

    Does this work on T-mobile in the US?

    • Martin

      Btw, I'm thinking no myself, since it doesn't have the 1700, but I'm losing track of all these different bands and how they interact.

    • Jason

      From what I understand use t only at EDGE speeds, not full HSPA. I really hope I'm wrong about that tho.

      • Mike

        Nope...you are correct...for HSDPA on T-Mobile's network you need both the 1700/2100 radios in your phone...

        With only the 2100 radio, it will only operate on crappy Edge speeds on T-Mob...

        Pretty much every unlocked GSM phone is like this since I don't think any other countries (or at least enough of them to make it worth while to the phone makers) to add the 1700 radio in these phones.

    • Nunu

      T-Mobile will release HTC one S on April 25th

  • krn

    lol, 899 or even 630usd is insane price tag for cellphone unless it has brilliants on it!

  • Amri

    Thank you very much for the alert AP! Just bought it, I'll be drooling everywhere while waiting till the phone arrives...

  • Chris Bozsik

    Holy crap... $900 regular for the bloody thing. Never in a million years would I even pay $630 for it, that's just outrageously ridiculous. I would personally NEVER pay more than $400 for a cell phone... and even that is pushing it.