AT&T HTC One X pictured, looks just like global version but with less cores, more LTE
Earlier this month, HTC launched its One X Android smartphone in European markets. With a quad-core Tegra 3 processor and a beautiful 4.7-inch screen, the One X is perhaps the most desirable device that HTC has launched so far.
The One X will be making an appearance on AT&T in the United States later this year, and we got a few pictures of the device. Externally, the AT&T One X looks just like the global version of the device aside from the AT&T logo on the phone’s face. It’s not until you go into the device’s hardware info that you see that AT&T’s One X does indeed rely on a 1.5GHz dual-core processor rather than a quad-core Tegra 3. The AT&T One X will also feature LTE.
Despite having two less cores than the global One X, the AT&T One X was quite snappy. We’ll have some benchmarks up soon.