It's set to be a big month for Canadian carrier Rogers — not only did it launch Nokia's new flagship Lumia 900 a few days ago, but it could also be adding HTC's new superphone, the One X, to its lineup on the 20th. Rogers is offering the LTE version of the handset, which has the trade-off of switching the quad-core Tegra 3 chipset of the international version for a dual-core Snapdragon S4. The news comes courtesy of a leaked internal document, which also shows the April 9th launch date of the Lumia 900 as well as a current Xbox 360 promotion.
This could put the One X's release about 10 days earlier than we'd expected — the site's pre-order page lists the current offers as being available until April 30th. That page shows the handset for CA$169.99 on a 3-year contract, with a minimum bill of CA$52.35 per month. This just leaves one question: when will AT&T bring the handset to the US?
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