There’s a lot of buzz surrounding an HTC quad-core smartphone offering at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The four-horsepower beast is shaping up to be one of the annual event’s headliners boasting NVIDIA’s 1.5GHz Tegra 3 chip at its heart. The gadget has gone through a few name changes since it first busted out of its cage, unofficially, back in November – first known as the HTC Edge, it soon became the HTC Endeavour and was once rumoured to be befittingly named the HTC Supreme when it would finally hit the mobile market.
Today, however, we’re hearing that the super-powered smartphone may again be being rebranded as the HTC One X. Speculation of this surfaces from a domain name reserved by Taiwanese co. HTC for a Danish-based website – htc-one-x.dk. It’s also been noted by keen followers of all things HTC that the company actually trademarked the name “HTC One” and that concepts were exposed for a gadget of that name towards the end of last year.
Has the HTC Edge, as it was once known, been rebranded yet again – or is there another quad-core on the horizon? We know from rumour that the former Edge could also feature 4.7” display with 720p screen resolution, a sensitive 8-megapixel camera and a new version 4.0 of HTC’s Sense User Interface complimenting newest Android, also 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. Hopefully many questions will be put to rest at the MWC at the very end of February into March.
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