HTC One X, One S Photographed Pre-MWC

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Yesterday, we brought you the first press shot of HTC’s One X, the quad-core superphone that should be the highlight of the manufacturer’s MWC offerings. We noted at the time that HTC had made a few changes since the first render we saw of the phone back in November. We knew it would just be a matter of days before we had the opportunity to check out the handset in person at the Mobile World Congress, but today we get a look a little bit early, thanks to some images that are supposedly of the One X and the One S.

The One X (above) looks largely like we expected it to, with the small exception of a missing earpiece grille, but that just looks like a cosmetic imperfection. The changes we saw between the two renders of the phone check out here, with the One X now sporting only three Android capacitive buttons.

There are a lot more pictures available of the One S (below), which looks very much like a shrunken One X; when looking at each without a sense of scale, you could easily mistake one for the other. Again, these images of the phone in the flesh very closely mirror the render we previously published, back when this model was known as the Ville.

We expect to bring you much more on these two models, along with the One V, in the next few days.

htc one s

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Source: ITProPortal 1, 2

Via: Droid-life

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