As some of you guys might have heard by now, due to Apple and HTC’s legal battle over patent disputes, some of HTC’s products have been held up at the US Customs. If you thought that you might be in for a long wait to get your hands on the latest HTC device, perhaps that wait might be coming to an end. According to HTC, it seems that some of their devices have finally passed through the US Customs after going through a review process and should be reaching their designated carriers shortly.
Unfortunately it was not mentioned as to which of the held up HTC devices were passing through, but so far what we do know is that both the HTC One X for AT&T and the HTC EVO 4G LTE for Sprint were amongst the “casualties”. These were some of the devices that Apple purports had infringed upon their patent, but HTC has since modified the software in order to resolve the issue, which we guess was how they managed to pass the US Customs review process. Either way we will be keeping an eye on this so be sure to check back with us in the near future for more updates on the situation!
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