HTC has released its new line up of phones, the One X9 and the Desires 530, 630 and 825 (why couldn't they be all X30?)
No one of these is a real... flagship device as they're tailoring themselves to the midline range.
Here's the breakdown:
|HTC||One X9||Desire 530||Desire 630||Desire 825|
|Processor||2.2GHz x8||1.1GHz x4||1.6GHz x4||1.6GHz x4|
|Chipset||Helio X10||Snapdragon 210||Snapdragon 400||Snapdragon 400|
|Camera||13MP / 5MP||8MP / 5MP||13MP / 5MP||13MP / 5MP|
Nothing to really make you stand up and go WHOAH...
The One X9 is interesting in its design with their trademark top/bottom speakers (I wonder if they're both speakers). But more interesting is the loss of the 'HTC' branding at the bottom by the buttons where it's always been.
The One X9 is aiming for a $380'ish price tag, and no pricing yet for the Desires.