HTC’s 2012 MWC event is officially over and it brought us the One series: HTC’s attempt to refresh its image with three new devices.
The HTC One X heads the lineup with its huge 4.7” display and impressive processing power, the HTC One S takes pride in its solid aluminum body and extremely thin profile, while the HTC One V is the most affordable one in the bunch but still brings up good memories with its HTC Legend-like chin and aluminum unibody.
Now, there’s one more handset in the picture - the AT&T-bound HTC One XL. It looks like merely a version of the HTC One X, trading the Tegra 3 silicon of the international One X for a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 with integrated LTE. Otherwise, the devices are identical.
But that doesn’t tell you the whole story, does it? The hard specs can’t hide anything, so with no further ado, we’ve placed all HTC One handsets together, so you can easily see how they differ.