There’s been a render of the handset (included below) circulating around the web since November last year, showing four capacitive touch keys on the front. However, according to MoDaCo and an undisclosed source of theirs, the Endeavor / One X will have no hardware keys on the front (which makes sense, since – like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus – the One X will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich from day one).
Other rumored features:
- the 4.7 inch HD display is not AMOLED, but Super LCD
- there’s no MicroSD card slot, but the handset has 32GB of internal memory
- at launch, the handset should run Android 4.0.5
- MicroSIM use only
- 1,800 mAh battery
(image via PocketNow)
Of course, there’s no way of confirming these details for now. So let’s wait for HTC’s press event at MWC 2012 (on February 26) to see exactly what the One X has to offer.
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