HTC One X: First Press Shot (Image)

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The upcoming quad-core HTC One X has seemingly undergone some restyling since we first saw it late last year under the codename HTC Edge. Having gone through an unusual pre-launch name change to Endeavor, it now looks like this flagship member of the One family may have earned that switch, apparently adopting a slightly sleeker look overall while also dropping one of the capacitive buttons.

We’re now only days away from the presumed introduction of this 4.7-inch, 720p behemoth, tipped to launch alongside the renamed Ville and Primo (One S and One P One V, rumor has it) at Mobile World Congress in Spain this weekend. As the newest king of the HTC hill, you can probably expect One X to be available through most of the same carriers as the Sensation lineup and other high-end hardware from Taipei. Powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, One X will be one of the first devices to ship skinned with HTC Sense 4.0.

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