Sprint to release HTC One X variant this spring

Sprint to release HTC One X variant this spring

The HTC One X may be coming to Sprint late this spring under codename of  Jet, according to new rumors. Expected to arrive on June 10, the Sprint version is said to feature the same Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor as AT&T’s model instead of the quad-core chipset found in international markets.

Additional details for the One X variant include 4.7-inch 1280×720 Super LCD display, 1GB RAM, LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g/n), and Bluetooth 4.0. In terms of software, the Jet should run Android 4.0 with HTC’s Sense UI and Beats Audio 4.0 technology.

If I were to wager a bet, I’d be surprised if Sprint doesn’t unveil this handset at CTIA in May. Smart money would peg this as an EVO successor, especially given the almost perfect two-year gap since the initial model. EVO LTE? EVO 3? We’ll find out soon enough.

Source: S4gru

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