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- Actually the HTC One XL is a dual-core, LTE phone coming to AT&T. The HTC One X is the quad-core, 3G world phone.Apr 4, 2012
- It looks like the Evo LTE (compared to the One XL) has a micro-SD card slot, kickstand, dedicated camera button, non-machine drilled speaker grill, a bigger capacity battery, and different build materials. I guess it solely exists so Sprint users can also enjoy a One X-like phone. Also, the Evo is a prominent brand for both Sprint and HTC. I think I strongly prefer the One series though.Apr 4, 2012
- I agree that overall the 'vanilla' One X [Krait version] looks better than this, but it is close. The larger battery, kickstand and micro-SD slot are the plusses. The build material is a BIG negative for me. I was quite excited about the polycarbonate material.Apr 4, 2012
- I got a gripe with this phone folks. The one x sports a quad core processor, right? The evo one has a dual core processor, correct? Isn't the same or close to the galaxy s 2? I'm happy sprint got a quality phone but I get the sense that we're getting played. I think it's time we get a quad core phone like the fine chaps over seas. Just watch, the new galaxy and iphone won't have dual processors. Cmon HTC, I love ya but I feel let downApr 4, 2012
- The quad core chips arent working with lte and that's why you dont see quad core and lte together yet.Apr 4, 2012
- The quad core in the 'world phone' version of the One X is based on old A9 SoC which are slower clock for clock and core for core than this new dual core SoC.
In addition the Tegra3 quad core that is in the world phone version is build on 40nm which is inferior to the 28nm that the newer Krait SoC that is in this device.
To answer your question, the original EVO was a single core 1ghz SoC. That core was much slower than the the one used in the dual core EVO 3D released last year, and those cores are much slower than the cores used in this device which will release this year.
The SGSIII will probably have a quad core A9 SoC, just like the Tegra3, and it will be better than the Tegra3, since the Exynos dual core is better than the Tegra2 dual core. However, it will probably be just as fast, or maybe a slight bit faster than this dual core Qualcomm SoC.
This is not the same or close to the dual core Exynos SoC in last years SGSII. There is a clear step up from that SoC, to this one.Apr 4, 2012