HTC One X could be Sprint's first LTE smartphone

A new rumor suggests that HTC's new flagship phone may arrive at Sprint on June 10.

HTC did its best to wow Android fans and mobile industry insiders alike when it unveiled the HTC One X at Mobile World Congress. The company's first quad-core smartphone, the One X, hasn't even landed stateside, yet it's making waves and spawning plenty of speculation.

AT&T first confirmed plans to bring a version of the One X to the U.S. but sadly it will be a dual-core handset , not HTC's cutting-edge device run by quad-core processors. Now a new rumor has surfaced with tech site claiming the phone will be scooped up by Sprint. Citing unnamed sources at the carrier, the One X will be Sprint's first 4G LTE device and could land in stores as soon as June 10.

If this report is true, a big letdown (again) is this HTC One X's lack of quad-core computing power. Said to be called the "Jet," the handset looks to be a splitting image of the watered-down model expected to hit AT&T right down to its 1.5GHz dual-core CPU. Other components apparently include a 4.7-inch LCD (1,280 by 720 pixels), 1GB of RAM, and Bluetooth 4.0.

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Brian Bennett is senior editor for appliances at CNET and reviews a wide range of household and smart-home products. These include everything from microwave ovens, blenders, ranges and coffee makers to personal weather stations. An NYC native, Brian now resides in bucolic Louisville, Kentucky where he dreams of someday owning the sparkling house of the future.


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