The HTC One X is set to invade America, and there’s a chance AT&T might get first dibs. The Taiwanese manufacturer stole the show at the 2012 Mobile World Congress last February with the One Series, and the flagship One X has already been released in a few major worldwide markets, including the United Kingdom, Australia and India.
But when will the US finally have a taste of the HTC One X?
According to a source close to AT&T, the carrier may be announcing release plans for the One X on Tuesday, April 17, and may be actually releasing the device in about a week’s time from now. If T-Mobile will be releasing the One X on April 25 as previously rumored, that would potentially make AT&T the first US carrier to sell the One X.
Specifications for the AT&T variant of the HTC One X are currently unavailable, but Boy Genius Report stated it may be quite similar to the international version. The main difference between the international and US versions would be the lack of a quad-core CPU and presence of 4G LTE support on the latter version.
In lieu of the Nvidia Tegra 3, the US One X will feature a dual-core Snapdragon Krait. Other than that, it’s essentially the same device, with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, HTC Sense 4.0, 1 GB RAM, an 8-megapixel camera, Beats Audio support and a large 4.7-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass reinforcement.