Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 processor, with NFC capabilities. This is the same exact processor found in the Jet along with the support for NFC.
The HTC Jet will have that dual-core 1.5GHz dual-core Krait processor under the hood along with 1GB of RAM. The 4.7 inch screen weighs in at 720p and is made of Gorilla Glass 2. This will be the third LTE enabled model for Sprint following the Samsung GALAXY Nexus and the LG Viper, and that explains why the quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 is a no-show here. As you might know by now, NVIDIA never taught the Tegra 3 how to play nicely with LTE technology. That is why the AT&T variant of the device, the HTC One XL, also will not feature a quad-core processor.
So dear Sprint customers, do you burn an upgrade next month with the Samsung GALAXY Nexus or do you hold of for June when Sprint's version of the HTC One X is launched as whatever name they decide to use. Considering that June 10th is the two year anniversary of the launch of the carrier's first 4G WiMAX device, the HTC EVO 4G, how does the HTC EVO X 4G sound?
source: S4GRU via Phandroid