Here’s a video of AT&T’s version of the HTC One X running through some familiar Android benchmarks. Overall, the device performs quite well, besting some favorites like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S II. The AT&T version of the One X features a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, unlike the global version of the One X which rocks a quad-core Tegra 3. Still, the absence of two cores didn’t seem to matter much, particularly in these Android benchmarks. Check out the full video below.
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.