In one of our posts we mentioned that the HTC One X will come in three different versions and two of them will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor instead of the NVIDIA Tegra 3. The one from AT&T is also included in these two. They say the change of the chipset is due to the support for LTE networks as Tegra 3 chipsets have no LTE network support. As for now, it has been revealed NVIDIA quad-core chipsets are capable of handling 4G LTE network connectivity.
What do you think, will it work perfect with the new generation network? After a few weeks we hope to get the answer as the he quad-core HTC One X with LTE functionality has already passed FCC.
According FCC, the HTC One X was to feature Tegra 3. It turned out the device will have support for AT&T’s HSPA+ bands. May be it would be better to buy the unlocked version of the smartphone and connect it to AT&T network. But in this case you should pay both for the smartphone and its subsidized price.
We already mentioned the unlocked version of the HTC One is going to get launched in April in some European retailer stores and at Amazon.co.uk. Wait a little, and we’ll see the amazing smartphone by HTC.