The folks at PocketNow have just posted an image of the illusive HTC One X. There has been some conjecture over the name of the device as previously it has been reported as the HTC Endeavor, but it looks like the folks at HTC have settled on the final name. The image suggests a Galaxy Nexus like buttonless facia, so in all probability the One X is going the ICS way right in tow with Google’s philosophy for Android. Also Read - Amazon is also skipping MWC over Coronavirus concerns
Apart from the presence of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the image suggests a nice smattering of HTC style Android skinning in the mold of the previously leaked HTC Sense 4. The boys at PocketNow are predicting an 4.7-ich 720p display for this Androidian monstrosity, something with which we agree. While there are no details regarding the processor specs of this device, we are guessing an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor for the HTC One X. Also Read - Nvidia to skip MWC 2020 because of Coronavirus: Report
Besides the HTC One X, PocketNow is reporting the rumored HTC Ville to be named the One S and the Primo to be named the One P. While all this is very promising, it should be noted that the industrial design is very much HTC, reminding us of the Sensation more than anything else. The HTC One X is slated to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain starting Monday, so stay tuned for more.