We still have a full day until HTC unveils what they has been working on for awhile, but apparently “one” day is too much of a wait for some. HTC’s upcoming devices, namely the One S, V, and X, have leaked, the latter two in their entirety.
The first leak made its way onto the interwebz yesterday via a technology blog by the name of IT Pro Portal. In addition to the one above, they provided a bevy of hardware images of both the HTC One X and One S. Both were enclosed in a thin metal chassis, a design that is typical of HTC and one most tend to favor. The code names for both devices are the HTC Endeavor and the HTC Ville, respectively.
Our next leak came today from Marco Polo Shop. They are an online Italian retailer that apparently let the cat out of the bag a day too soon. The posted full device specifications of the One X and the One S, as well as press images and pricing of both under their code names. They’ve since removed the imformation from their site.
The final leak is from FullGSM, a Greek website. They’ve posted all of the HTC One X’s press images, as well as a full set of device specifications and the device logo. Look after the break for the spec image as well as the rumored and confirmed features off all three devices.
Although these leaks have told us pretty much everything about these devices without HTC saying a thing, HTC’s event tomorrow at Mobile World Congress is still an anticipated one. We already know what to expect, so nothing should be a surprise. For all of the press images, check out FullGSM from the source list below.
The HTC One X has been rumored and confirmed to have an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, a 4.7 inch 720p display, 8 megapixel camera, 32GB of memory built in (expandable up to 26GB extra) and a whole bunch more. The mid-range HTC One S is rumored to include a dual-core S4 processor, 4.3 inch display, and an 8 megapixel camera. The low-end HTC One V is said to have a smaller 3.7 inch display and a single core processor (details are sparse on this device).
All three devices are said to be running Sense 4.0 over Android 4.0. All three will be announced tomorrow at HTC’s Mobile World Congress press event.
Marcopoloshop (Source page was removed)