The HTC One X has undoubtedly been a huge success for HTC and battery issues aside, we certainly feel it’s one of the most powerful and best performing Androids in the market today. A leak from a GLBenchmark listing tells us that HTC is working on a possible successor to the One X. So far, we only have the model name and a few specifications, but from the sound of it, it doesn’t seem like it’s going to be a major departure from the current One X. Codenamed HTC PM63100, it will still sport an HD (1280 x 720) screen, although the screen size is yet unknown. The codename for this phone is ‘Evitareul’ which is similar to the codename for the One X, which was Evita. The phone seems to be currently running ICS, but we feel HTC will give it the Jelly Bean treatment by the time it’s out.
Successor on the way
The One X is HTC’s current flagship offering. It uses a polycarbonate shell, making it ultra slim and durable. The screen is a Super LCD 2 which produces very good colour and comes very close to the quality of a Super AMOLED. The camera is definitely a highlight on the One X and the burst mode is second to none - even the S III doesn’t stand a chance when it comes to capturing images in quick succession. The One X, just like the rest of the One series, comes with Android 4.0 along with Sense 4.0 running on top.
Here is a look at some of the features of the HTC One X:
- 4.7-inch capacity touchscreen display with a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution
- 3G, EDGE/GPRS and Wi-Fi capabilities for net access
- GPS with A-GPS support for Google Maps
- Bluetooth with A2DP and USB 2.0 (Micro)
- 8MP camera with LED flash and secondary camera up front
- FM radio
- 32GB internal