In case you haven’t been following along with the HTC One series of smartphones. They have two different models of the new top-tier phone. The HTC One X features a 4.7-inch display and some impressive specs. The difference here is the international model available now (and reviewed here) has the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core, while the AT&T model benchmarked today has a Qualcomm 1.5 GHz dual-core instead. We’ve tested both platforms already but check out these latest results below.

We compared both platforms in our own benchmark battle although they were different devices with different screen sizes. Today’s results shows the exact same phone, the One X being ran with the dual-core instead. What we are seeing is pretty stellar results, and that two cores seem to be handling things just fine. If you thought quad-cores were going to be the best of the best, you might want to think again.

During our own testing linked to above, we found that the dual-core Qualcomm and the quad-core NVIDIA processors traded wins throughout multiple benchmarks on Android. With neither being a clear winner and them both having similar strengths across the board. The video provided shows that the absence of those additional two cores doesn’t seem to matter much, and that Qualcomm is looking really good right about now.

Once the AT&T One X is released we’ll be sure to do our own Android Community breakdown and compare both device head-to-head for a better comparison. Stay tuned for more details.

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[via Wireless Goodness]