HTC One X, Evo 4G Complete US Customs Review Process Successfully

May 30, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HTC recently had an issue with the Customs review process in the US, which caused an unexpected delay in the shipments of the much awaited Android devices like HTC One X.

Reports suggest that the devices are still under US Customs review process for alleged violation of certain ITC rulings.

However, official communication from the company suggests that the pain is over and the devices may reach the retailers soon. The earlier communication from the company in this regard has been a little confusing since it said that some models have got approval from the Customs for release.

That indirectly suggested that more models are involved in the issue, contrary to the belief that One X and Evo 4G LTE are the only devices waiting at the Customs gate. Moreover, it was not clear which are the models that have solved the Customs issue, heading to the retailers.

However, updated information from official HTC sources indicates that all the models have successfully completed the Customs review process. The devices have been released as they are in compliance with ITC rulings and will soon reach to retailers.

HTC has to make faster as a potential rival from the Android camp – Samsung Galaxy S III – will soon hit in the US, denting other Android smartphones’ market chances severely.

Meanwhile, manufacturers like Motorola should consider taking a lesson or two from HTC’s trouble with the US Customs as they are also known to be violating some of the ITC rulings owing to alleged violation of some Microsoft patents.

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