HTC One X9 will indeed sport MediaTek components

Twitter leaker LlabTooFeR spotted a Wi-Fi Alliance certificate for the HTC One X9. This device, which would follow on the One A9, has been a hot topic among leakers in the mobile tech industry. We’ve been wondering about the chipset this supposed high-end-turned-mid-range phone would have and now we have a clue.

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LlabTooFeR believes that the model number listed is concurrent with the “E56ML” codename and “HTC One X9” moniker.

In the full document (that you can download below), the MT6630 is listed as the Wi-Fi component. MediaTek first introduced the MT6630 with the octa-core MT6595 mobile applications processor back in February of 2014. TENAA documents listed chipset specs that resembled the Helio X10.

As a side note, the Wi-Fi Alliance does make all of this information public on its website.

Download: Wi-Fi Alliance Certificate
Source: MediaTek
Via: @LlabTooFeR (Twitter), juggly.cn

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