The One could find itself re-branded under T-Mobile’s famous line of “G” devices (G1, G2, G2X, etc.) which means, you guessed it. T-Mobile’s version of the One X could be running stock, vanilla Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. But wait- there’s more. Since the One X wouldn’t need LTE compatibility on T-Mobiles network, the device would retain it’s quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor.
HTC’s new range of One smartphones has certainly impressed the crowd over at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, and we do look forward to see these handsets arrive on the mass market shortly. Sprint is said to work on their own version of the HTC One X, placing it under the EVO brand, while Sprint’s version will run on Qualcomm’s S4 chip, allowing it to play nice with Sprint’s spanking new 4G LTE network at the same time. Some of the possible names could be the EVO LTE, EVO HD, and EVO 3.
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