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Full HTC One X Official Specs Leak Out – 4.7-Inch Super LCD Screen with Gorilla Glass, NFC with Google Wallet, 1800mAh Battery

HTC’s MWC event tomorrow afternoon won’t have many surprises after the folks at FullGSM managed to find the official spec pages for the One X floating around HTC’s site. It looks as if the device will come in both white and black (or charcoal) and will live up to all of the hype. It indeed does sport a 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 4.7″ Super LCD HD display with Gorilla Glass, has 32GB of storage, new dual-shutter camera tech, 28mm wide angle lens, an NFC chip with Google Wallet support,  and so much more. The only real downside that we are seeing is the 1800mAh battery. We would have liked to have seen something with a little more juice to power that massive display, but since the phone is not LTE, it could be fine.

Jump past the break to see it all.  

As expected, it won’t be anywhere near Verizon’s network. Will HTC and Big Red push a device with similar specs at some point though? We certainly hope so, especially knowing how HTC likes to handle bootloaders.

Via:  FullGSM

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  • Liderc

    So your stuck with the Rezound, which is selling for $49 and you’re telling Nexus owners they’re stuck and then compare it to the One X?  Which isn’t even coming to Verizon and came out 6 months later?

    …is trolling a hobby or a job?

    Enjoy your Rezound, with it’s big ass, small battery and Sense UI.

  • http://twitter.com/nguyende De Nguyen

    Please don’t cry about only dual cores in the US.

    Tegra 3 DOES NOT support LTE.

    Currently, only the Qualcom and Moto chips support LTE.

    Not even the Samsung chip support LTE, that’s why the Note in the US has a Qualcom chip in it.

  • Surfminded

    As usual HTC will launch a great phone with an under powered battery. I have a thunderbolt, great phone horrible stock battery.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Thanks for taking my comment down. NO QUAD CORE TEGRA 3 in the US VERSION only a dual core. Phone is trash along with the new HTC and the way AT&T has always been.

  • Audiltr

    Yea too bad theres no NVDIA TEGRA 3 in the US version , america gets the dual core AMD version, so who cares about this thing now. AT&T suckin the life out of manufactures phones,,what else is new…and good job HTC on screwing up again this coming year.

  • http://twitter.com/Trisjen1983 Trisjen Harris

    Winning!!

  • Balls

    not the gnex, dont care

  • BrianJoe

    Awww! That’s pure beauty!

  • Scea0512

    EPIC FAIL !! 1800 mah battery in a HTC phone with a 4.7 in screen ? yeah this phone should last about 1 hour on a full charge , HTC is a joke when it comes to battery life , this is hysterical !!!

    • NewspeakIsEffeminate

      ‘Epic “failure”‘. There, I fixed it for you. If you’re interested in learning proper English grammar and spelling, your local community college could help.

      It’s ok. You don’t have to thank me. 

  • http://www.getintonursing.com/ Jon

    Sense on Ice Cream Sandwich looks like a step backwards. Looks so Froyo. 

    • fvqu

      Hopefully its not as bloated as Sense 3.x, I think it looks quite nice, and I really like the new camera features.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=797475274 Nadeem Najib Kizi

    From what I know the quad-core processor has a 5th core that is there to increase battery life.

  • Daja62

    Verizon did indeed say no more smartphones without LTE  and after you have used LTE on a smartphone there is no going back to that old 3g slow connection .LTE rocks and really makes any app that relies on the net so much better with the much faster response its a joy to use I will never own a NON-LTE phone ever again ,there simply is no comparison none! 

    • fvqu

      No where in this article is it stated that this phone will be on Verizon.

  • VerizonsSelectionSucks

    Sadly this phone will be an AT&T exclusive.

    I use less than 1 Gb of data per month. ATT almost always has a better Android lineup than Verizon… I am switching to them!

    I have spent the last year holding on to two upgrades with BigRed. I have been waiting on a phone worth upgrading my DX for. Verizon has about 3 phones worth looking at but even they are nearing EOL territory. There has been at least 3 phones on ATT I could have already upgraded to.

    • fvqu

      Is that a joke? Verizon has the best lineup of android smartphones, AT&T has the worse, and this device is not even coming to AT&T.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=503955513 Matt Zwirn

        yes in fact it is going to AT&T not sure where you heard that from.  Im due for a upgrade in like 20 days and nothing has been announced for Verizon yet.