The rumour mill has already painted a fairly vivid picture of HTC’s Mobile World Congress arsenal. Specifically, we’re expecting the HTC One S (Ville) and One X (Edge), and the HTC One V (Primo) and One XL.
We’ve only a few days to go till we meet them for reals, and in the meantime the HTC One S has been benchmarked, while the HTC One X has been picced.
The HTC One S benchmark confirms and elaborates on the specs we’ve been mulling over recently. Seemingly it’ll rock a 1.5GHz processor (probably dual-core) and Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) with a 4.3in qHD display.
Other rumoured HTC One S specs include an 8MP camera with HD video recording, Beats Audio and HTC Sense 4.0.
Meanwhile, the HTC One X has purportedly been snapped. The render from last November showed four hardware buttons (Home, Back, Menu and Search), however it now appears to have adopted the Ice Cream Sandwich formation of Back, Home and Task-Switching.
The HTC One X is tipped to weigh in with a 4.7in HD display, 8MP camera with HD video recording, Beats Audio, HTC Sense 4.0 and – of course – a Tegra 3 quad-core processor.
HTC is expected to reveal its goodies on Sunday.