While we all anxiously await for HTC to take the stage at Mobile World Congress (or, more appropriately, right before MWC), we’re left grasping at anything we can get our hands on in regards to upcoming devices. Thanks to ITProPortal, we finally have a first look at what is known as the HTC One X in the wild.
It was only yesterday that we reportedly saw the first unofficial render of the One X by HTC, and now we get to match it with the first live shots. There’s no denying that the One X certainly looks like an HTC device. It wouldn’t take much imagination to make some comparisons to the former Nexus One, even if it is just due to the color scheme in the pictures.
The One X features a 4.7-inch Super LCD 2 display, with a 1028×720 HD resolution. It will be powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 4-PLUS-1 processor, with 1GB of RAM under the hood. While no finer details are known, other than the device will reportedly be launching with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC’s Sense 4.0 user interface, we don’t have long to wait before HTC makes this one official.
So go ahead and stare, and we’ll bring you all the details from HTC’s MWC event on Sunday. And head through the source link below to see a couple more photos.