By Stephen Schenck | March 9, 2012 1:17 PM
Back before we learned about HTC’s plans for the naming of devices in its new One series of Androids, the HTC One X was only known by its codenames, Edge, then Endeavor. We saw some files for the Endeavor leak-out back in early February, confirming many of the hardware specs we had been looking forward to in the phone. One of things revealed by these files was the phone’s model number, PJ46100. Today, we see that number return, with the FCC publishing the phone’s certification documents.
Earlier this month, the HTC One X as it will come to AT&T (the One XL) with LTE but without quad cores passed through the FCC. It would now appear that its quad-core big brother has followed suit.
The good news is that, if HSPA+ is fast enough for your needs, there shouldn’t be anything stopping you from importing a quad-core One X and running it in the States, now that it has its FCC sticker and has been tested for operation on AT&T’s 3G frequencies. We’ve seen pre-orders for the One X put the phone’s price at what works out to about $770, but that’s including local taxes; it should work-out quite a bit cheaper if you order from a non-VAT nation.