By Anton D. Nagy | August 4, 2012 8:13 AM
A 1.7GHz quad-core Android made by HTC surfaced in form of a rumor back mid last month and more recently there is talk about a certain HTC One X+ allegedly coming to T-Mobile with the same processor speed.
The image above represents benchmark results on NenaMark for a certain HTC PM63100. Except for the details in the result, there’s nothing to go by but these specs listed here might hint towards the One X refresh already rumored. We’re looking at a 1.7GHz Tegra 3 SoC, Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and an HD display with 1280×720 resolution. These all scream high-end (and even flagship, since the CPU is faster than the one on the global HTC One X).
As far as the carrier is concerned, some reports seem to indicate that T-Mobile is the one getting this powerhouse. However, there are also reports attributing these specs to a certain HTC Evitaire on AT&T. Whether it will keep the excellent design and overall aspect of the One X (thus being just a spec bump) or we’re looking at a completely new device (maybe even a phablet) is yet unknown but we’re keeping our fingers crossed that we’ll meet it at the IFA in Berlin.