HTC One X clears the FCC, quad-core fun begins

March 9, 2012

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HTC and their new One series of smartphones are going to make a big splash in the Android market over the next couple of months. With excellent hardware, impressive specs, Android 4.0 ICS and a brand new Sense UI they are looking good. We already know the One X quad-core phone is slated for an April release but now that it's passed through the FCC it's only a matter of time.

We waited for this phone after tons of leaks about the HTC Edge and Endeavor were leaked, HTC's first quad-core phone. At Mobile World Congress it was officially announced and we quickly got some hands-on video with it (linked to below). There will also be an HTC One XL that hits AT&T with 4G LTE and a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor instead of the quad-core Tegra 3 -- but the quad-core version is what has passed through the FCC.

For now the only announcement in the US for the HTC One X is the dual-core version over on AT&T. Hopefully now that it's been certified by the FCC with the quad-core in tow we will learn more details on its fate. I'm hoping for a release by T-Mobile or over on Verizon. Will you be buying the HTC One X? You could always import the quad-core version and run it with AT&T's 3G and HSPA+ bands if you'd like.

All the details on the new One series, and the new available for pre-order docks and accessories are below. Enjoy!

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[via PocketNow]

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  • TechGuy-Tech

    Sorry I can’t get excited about a device with no card slot, a non-removeable 1800mAh battery and, if the pictures on the net today are to be believed, less than spectacular camera capability.

  • Sagbag12

    Unless a version comes to sprint why even bother getting my hopes up?? I like it but owell not will never switch to at@t just to be ripped off ….

    • Chillhappy

       why not switch to TMO?

      • UMA_Fan

        Because he’d rather pay more and get slower data speeds on at&t

      • Kyle Hikalea

         Read op’s before replying idiot.

  • Tommy Thompson

    Didn’t it just get approved like the Original Note did? For importing purposes or something? It’s CDMA so it’s not possible for a Verizon release.


      Uh Verizon is CDMA.

      • Tommy Thompson

        There should be a NOT there. There currently isn’t a CDMA version on any of the ONE series devices.

  • TheLiberalEater

    Why does AT&T always have to gut decent phones? 

  • Gabriel Andres Martinez

    Waiting for the Asus Padfone over on Verizon. I really hope so!