When HTC revealed its new One series at MWC last month, we were a bit disappointed to hear that the AT&T version of the marquee One X lost its quad-core Tegra 3 processor in exchange for an LTE radio. While we had reason to believe that Qualcomm's dual-core Snapdragon S4 was no slouch, an AT&T device tester going by the name of Phonegeek has posted some benchmarks of the new phone, and it looks promising. Of course, the software and the phone itself likely isn't final, but the S4 looks like it's fast enough that the loss of the Tegra 3 shouldn't be too much of a worry. As with all benchmarks, we can't really know how smooth Sense 4 will be on the One X based off of this score - we...
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HTC One X benchmarked by AT&T tester, estimated release in mid May
Dante D'Orazio - theverge.com