Will Verduzco · Mar 2, 2012 at 04:00 pm

HTC’s Jeff Gordon Shows Us the HTC One Line – XDA TV

You may remember HTC’s Global Online Communications Manager Jeff Gordon from our XDA TV coverage of CES. Back then, Jeff mentioned HTC’s plans on narrowing down their product line to increase focus and deliver a truly flagship device.

Now with the HTC One X, HTC hopes to have achieved this. Sporting a 1.5 GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, a 4.7″ 720p Super LCD2 display, 32 gigs of storage, and a full gig of RAM, they are certainly trying. The exterior of the device exudes HTC’s typical attention to detail thanks to a new technique known as Micro-Arc Oxidation. While the HTC One S also looks nice, the One X is, as Jeff puts it, “what the guys at XDA are mostly going to want to get.”

And to answer the most important question: YES, the bootloaders will be unlockable!

This video, and the rest of our XDA TV coverage of Mobile World Congress 2012, can be found on our YouTube channel!


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