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Nokia Lumia 900 vs. HTC One X: Which AT&T Smartphone Would be Your Choice?

Nokia Lumia 900 vs. HTC One X: Which AT&T Smartphone Would be Your Choice?
News from International Business Times:

The battle between Windows and Android smartphones just got fiercer with the launch of two high profile phones by Nokia and HTC this year at the Mobile World Congress. While Nokia launched its flagship Windows phone – the Lumia 900, HTC also came out with a great collection of Android phones for 2012: the HTC One X, the HTC One S and the HTC One V.

The HTC One X, which is coming to AT&T is considered the best in the One series and is expected to give Lumia 900 a tough competition; it too is coming to AT&T.

Lumia 900 was described as “iconic, beautiful and fast” by Chris Weber, the President of Nokia in North America. Additionally, the Lumia 900 is the company’s first 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) phone while HTC One X is HTC’s first quad-core phone with Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor running at 1.5GHz.

Let us take a look at the specifications of the Nokia Lumia 900 and compare them to the HTC One X.

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HTC shares soar, new phone models get upbeat reviews
News from Chicago Tribune:

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Share of HTC Corp jumped on Wednesday after it launched its One series of models, taking the fight to Samsung Electronics and Apple Inc with fast graphic chips and advanced music and photography functions.

The new models of the world’s No. 5 smartphone maker – the company’s bet to boost sales this year after their swift fall as previous models failed to keep up with those from major rivals – have received positive reviews from analysts and tech magazines.

“Sales of HTC this quarter will be very good because of the new models,” said Michael On, a managing director at Beyond Asset Management.

He expected shares of HTC would climb further as their valuation remains inexpensive, even though the anticipated debut of the new models had been priced in before the launch.

By 0217 GMT, HTC hit limit-up at T$ 672, the highest since mid-November. Its shares have climbed around 35 percent since the beginning of the year, though they are still well off a peak of T$ 1,238.10 struck in April last year.

The upswing marks a recovery for the worst performer among global smartphone companies last year, down 42 percent.

“We were impressed HTC seems to have resolved most of its hardware issues in 2H11,” wrote

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