The rumors were true, everyone. After months of anticipation and speculation, the device once known as the HTC Edge (or Endeavor) has been officially revealed here at MWC as the HTC One X. The One X (called a “multimedia livewire” in the press release) has an 8-megapixel camera, 4.7-inc LCD display, and 1080p video recorder. The new One X runs Android with the HTC Sense 4 UI overlay.
The 1.5 GHz LTE Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor delivers “unparalleled Web surfing.” It will be available on AT&T.
The One S runs on T-Mobile and has similar specs to the One X.
Finally, there’s the One V with a nice “unibody design” and 3.7-inch screen. It’s a lower end model and has no front-facing camera.