Just as promised, AT&T has released HTC's marquee Android 4.0 smartphone, the One X, for $199.99 today with a two-year contract. If you're not impressed with the Samsung Galaxy S III and aren't dissuaded by the One X's exclusion from the HTC bootloader unlocking program, you'll be glad to hear that AT&T has both the gray and white versions of the phone in-stock (as of Sunday afternoon) with free shipping. That's not the lowest price you'll find, however: Amazon Wireless is offering the phone for $149.99 on contract, but it's marked as "backordered" and is estimated to ship in 8 to 9 days. If you don't mind paying $199.99 to get an LTE-enabled One X sooner, you can order from RadioShack, which says that both phones are in-stock and available with free next-day shipping. Best Buy says the white version will ship in 2 to 5 days, while the seemingly less-popular gray version will ship in just 1 to 2 days.
HTC One X available now on AT&T for $199.99, or $149.99 at Amazon
AT&T has released the HTC One X today for $199.99 with a two-year contract. AT&T has both the gray and white versions of the phone in-stock (as of Sunday afternoon), with free shipping, and Amazon Wireless is offering a discount -- it's selling the phone for $149.99.