Early benchmarks for AT&T's HTC One X look promising
Despite "only" having a dual-core processor, the preliminary benchmark testing numbers for AT&T's HTC One X show the phone can beat the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
We're still waiting for AT&T to announce a release date and price for its
Early benchmarks for the handset have arrived online and all indications are that this one is a winner. Indeed, if you're worried that the dual-core Snapdragon S4 wouldn't stand up to the Nvidia Tegra 3, these numbers might ease your mind a bit.
As a refresher, the Asus tablet is notable for being quad-core Tegra 3 devices on the market. Also, it's worth noting that Qualcomm developed the Vellamo test, so read what you will into those figures. Additional tests across AndEbench, Antutu, and CF-Bench have also popped online, all pointing to a serious contender.
Benchmarks and vacuum scenarios aside, AT&T is going to have a strong Android offering later this spring. I have a feeling that most people will be happy to trade out a quad-core CPU found on