HTC One S and One X specifications leaked ahead of the official MWC announcement tomorrow
25 February 2012 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
Detailed specifications has leaked for two of the next HTC flagship smartphones which most likely will be announced tomorrow at a Mobile World Congress event
The specifications for HTC One S (Ville) and HTC One X (Endeavour) was leaked by an Italian web store but product page has quickly removed. Both these devices has leaked before, and today's leak confirms what we already knew. It was too late. The Italian site HDblog manages to take a notice of all the important facts. And Google still has a copy of the page available.
The 4.7 inch Ville is not the flagship model as we thought. HTC One X has even better specifications with a quad-core 1 GHz processor
HTC One X (Endeavour) highlights
HTC One S (Ville) highlights
Even the expected retail price was printed on the web site. The HTC One S will be sold for 600 Euro and the One X for 700 Euro. Do you think the 600/700 Euro price tag correct for these high-end smartphones, or will the competition have better specifications at a lower price?
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Nice specs I like the white one. Looks like the thinnest HTC yet
white is nice!. 9mm thin is ok?
I said it looks nice I never said anything about liking it's thinness.
[ This Message was edited by: Bonovox on 2012-02-25 23:32 ]
I was just asking given your previous comments vs thinness
white seems to be my preference since the T630, and I seem always to go against the majority choice of blackness!
Yes I never used to like white but love it now!! HTC have started to make more good looking devices rather than the normal brown.
good!... and 7mm vs 9mm is ok now?
Well since I have an Xperia Arc S I guess I eat my words
lol... sorry... I was just messing with you since I remembered the "Phones are getting stupidly thin" comment... and I never could understand how 2mm at this level could really make a difference, though I myself am always looking for the minimalist pocketable device
Well HTC is known for it's build quality so should be good
seems both models are Euro only units for HSPA ... quite useless for me in the America's.
I received a email today from HTC
Regarding this phone(s)
They look rather appealing
And I'm sure they will do well
In terms of sales