HTC One X possible recall by Carphone Warehouse
It appears that over here in the United Kingdom there might be some problem with the HTC One X smartphone, apparently there might be some issue with the software, which has causes some customers to complain and return their HTC One X smartphone.
According to the guys over at GSM Arena, they have been tipped off that Carphone Warehouse in the UK has issued a recall of the HTC One X, although there is no confirmation as to whether Carphone Warehouse has actually issued a recall of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich handset, so this should be treated as rumour for now.
The guys say that the exact nature of the HTC One X problem isn’t too clear at the moment, however apparently the smartphone will be flashed with a software update to fix said problem once the device is returned to Carphone Warehouse stores.
If you are experiencing issues with the HTC One X, you should make sure that you have received the update that HTC pushed out over the air at the beginning of May, as the update addresses such things as faster alerts for incoming calls, camera improvements, and power management improvements, and although not in the official changelog, fixes a reported screen flicker problem.
However, if you are in the United Kingdom, and having issues with the HTC One X that you purchased via Carphone Warehouse, feel free to let us know, and if you have received notification of a recall by dropping us a line to our comments area below.