HTC details the One X, E and S
Only three days before the MWC, HTC came up with more details about its upcoming Android smartphone lineup: the HTC One X, HTC One E and HTC One S. You might already be familiar to the HTC One X, as it had previously leaked a couple of times before, being by far the most interesting of the three.
The One X features a quad-core (plus the companion core for simple tasks) Tegra 3 chipset, a 720p LCD, as well as an 8-megapixels camera. HTC has also set up a teaser on its Facebook page for the One X, featuring the number 5 in the middle, probably referring to the number of processing cores in the Tegra 3 chipset.
The HTC One E, previously known as HTC Ville smartphone, will pack a 4.3-inch qHD screen, probably a Super AMOLED, and will be powered by a dual-core chipset, which, by the way, managed to score 60.6 fps at NenaMark2 (a very impressive score considering that the most powerful current HTC smartphones, the Sensation XE, scored just under 27fps ).
The HTC One S, previously known as the Primo, will be an entry level smartphone as the successor to the popular Widlfire S. The handset will be running on a 1GHz single-core CPU and will feature a 3.7-inch Super AMOLED display.
We also heard rumors that HTC is planning on integrating NFC in all its smartphones to be released from Q3.
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