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Thursday, 26 July 2012 08:11

T-Mobile HTC One X to get Tegra 3+

Written by Fudzilla staff



1.7GHz apparently


HTC is reportedly working on a new One X variant for the US market. The flagship handset, codenamed HTC Era 42, is said to feature a new Tegra 3+ processor bumped up to 1.7GHz.

HTC’s One X already comes in two flavours, an LTE-enabled version powered by Qualcomm’s S4 processor for the North American market and the Tegra 3 based international version. Now it seems the colonies will get a tweaked Tegra 3 as well.

We still don’t know the exact specs, although the rumour mill has been abuzz with Tegra talk lately. It seems like nothing more than a 200MHz bump and we doubt it will be enough to outpace Samsung’s quad-core Exynos 4.

More here.


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