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HTC has announced that its One X and Evo 4G LTE have been cleared for sale in the US after being held up by US Customs for investigation into possible patent infringement issues.
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Many in the industry believe that HTC, which was once most beloved among Android fans, has fallen from grace. That the company has lost its way, its edge. Well, those people are wrong.