One X is powered by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3, and sports a 4.7 "LCD with a resolution of 1280x720 pixels, which will make it the largest LCD HD display on a phone, together with the 4.7-incher on the LG Optimus 4X HD.The Italian publication claims that the flagship
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 4.0 is running the show, all powered by a fairly unimpressive 1800mAh battery. However, 2.72x5.28x0.35" (69x134x9 mm) and a weight of 5.15oz (146g) is very impressive for a 4.7" handset as loaded as the One X.
HTC One S also has 21Mbps radio and is based on Android ICS, but the processor is "only" dual-core, the 4.3" screen res is qHD as opposed to HD, and the internal memory is scaled down to 16GB, so is the battery - to 1650mAh. Same 8MP camera and same connectivity options as in the One X monster. Even more impressive compactness, though - the size is 2.55x5.15x0.31" (65x131x8mm).
There you have it, the site is even listing the suggested price range. For the HTC One X unlocked in Europe you will have to part with EUR 699 (~$934), while the One S will set Europeans back EUR 599 (~$800) full price. Now the few mysteries remaining are the software services that come with the new Sense 4.0, as well as whether the camera shoots at 30fps or 60fps that 1080p video. We'll have to wait until tomorrow and see for ourselves, while handling the new thin and capable phones from HTC.