HTC One X successor to sport a bigger battery, ClearVoice, 1.7GHz processor, tipster claims

HTC One X successor to sport a bigger battery, ClearVoice, 1.7GHz processor, tipster claims
Remember when the HTC One X was not yet known by its official name? Back in those days, it was commonly referred to as the HTC Endeavor. Well, guess what, a "trusty" source for Stuff is now claiming that the company is working on a device codenamed HTC Endeavor C2. So if the tipster is to be trusted, we might have an HTC One X successor hitting shelves in the near future.

This followup to the HTC One X is said to be powered by a faster, 1.7GHz quad-core processor. Also, it will supposedly pack a bigger battery over 1,800mAh, and will be available in a different color, although which one that would be is not yet clear. To make in-call quality even better, HTC has implemented ClearVoice technology, according to the tipster. And if that's not enough, the Endeavor C2 will supposedly be the first smartphone to run HTC Watch 2, which is the company's own video-on-demand service. Packed along with the handset will be a pair of UrBeats earphones.

But could the HTC Endeavor C2 be simply the HTC One X+, which was discovered not long ago? That's quite plausible, it seems. For starters, the One X+ is also said to have a 1.7GHz processor ticking inside. Besides, chances are that the One X+ will not be much different from HTC's current flagship in terms of design. The looks of the Endeavor C2 should be identical as well since it will be compatible with existing One X accessories, according to Stuff's tipster.

Whatever the case, it will be interesting to see what HTC is currently brewing in its workshop. Interestingly, it might not be long until we find out what the Endeavor C2 is as it should be on the market by October of this year, according to the source of today's rumor.

source: Stuff via Pocket-Lint

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