When a device arrives at the FCC for approval, you more or less know for sure that it should hit the market shortly after being given the thumbs up. The HTC One X, which definitely wowed the audience over at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, has already knocked on the doors of the FCC. Having being let in, it then underwent the usual approval process, and here is a quick recap of what is known about the HTC One X. For starters, it will play nice with AT&T’s HSPA+ and GSM networks courtesy of its 850MHz and 1900MHz radios, in addition to LTE bands 4 and 17 that will ensure you do not miss out on 4G LTE connectivity to boot. The documents also deliver radiation levels for 802.11n and Bluetooth radios.

If you are a sucker for model numbers on your mobile devices, then the HTC One X will carry model number PJ83100. It will most probably ship with Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box, so basically there is no need to wait for a software update of sorts as you can dive right into the action upon unboxing and powering the device up.

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