With Mobile World Congress 2012 getting into full swing in Barcelona, the full details of HTC’s flagship smartphone, the HTC One X, have been leaked.
We’ve already learned that HTC will launch its new One range of Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2012 including the One X, the One S and the One V and just ahead of HTC’s press conference later this evening, website FullGSM, has got its hands on the full specs of the flagship HTC One X.
The full spec sheet (see below), which looks very official, suggests that the HTC One X will feature a quad-core Tegra 3 CPU running at 1.5GHz, 1GB of RAM, a 4.7in 720p Super LCD2 display and 32GB of local storage as well as 25GB of Dropbox storage for two years.
The spec sheet doesn’t mention which version of Android the phone will run, but as this is HTC’s flagship smartphone, we would expect it to come with Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, and its NFC chip will be compatible with Google Wallet.
One of the phone’s standout features will be its f/2.0 8 megapixel rear camera with a back-side illuminated sensor and 28mm wide-angle lens. It will also feature something called a “Dual Shutter Camera Module” which is set to allow you capture images and 1080p video at the same time.
Check out the full spec sheet below, and let us know if the HTC One X piques your interest. We will of course be bringing you all the details live from the press conference this evening and getting some hands-on time with the One X in Barcelona soon after.
Make sure to check out our Mobile World Congress 2012 Round-up for all the latest news, reviews and rumours direct from Barcelona.