HTC’s One X will be arriving on AT&T’s network with support for 4G LTE connectivity. For those unfamiliar, this would mean that the phone would come shipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor as opposed to NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad-core processor. This is due to certain limitations of NVIDIA’s Tegra chipset that does not play nicely with LTE, so instead LTE capable HTC One X devices will be shipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 chipset instead.
Undoubtedly as far as the layman is concerned, quad-core does sound more powerful than dual-core, but thanks to early benchmarks of AT&T’s upcoming HTC One X device, the Snapdragon S4 chipset on the device appears to be more than capable of handling its own, resulting in some pretty impressive benchmark results as pictured above, surpassing that of the Samsung Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Tab.
This is probably the first (or first few) benchmark that have been run on the device, so there might be a few discrepancies here and there. We are expecting more benchmarks to be run when the device has been released and reviewed, but for now, these will have to do. Head on down to the Android Central forums for more info.
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