The HTC One S (aka the HTC Ville) isn't expected to make its official debut until Mobile World Congress next week, according to the leaks, but some benchmarking results for the dualcore smartphone have already emerged. The NenaMark2 testing, which confirms the rumored 1.5GHz dualcore, qHD display and Adreno 225 graphics chip, delivers a 60.60fps score, impressive considering this is undoubtedly running non-final software.
The handset is running Android 4.0.3 - presumably with HTC Sense 4.0 on top, as we saw in recently leaked video footage - though the rest of the specs all come from previous rumors. The One S is believed to have 1GB of RAM and HSPA+, an 8-megapixel camera, 4.3-inch display and WiFi b/g/n, along with GPS and Bluetooth.
Of course, the device we're particularly interested in is the handset believed to be the HTC One X, aka the HTC Edge, which is expected to use NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quadcore chipset. That, as NVIDIA has been discussing earlier today, has in fact five cores, with the fifth used for power management.
We'll know more when HTC takes the wraps off of its new range at MWC 2012 next week; in fact the HTC press conference is only days away, on Sunday. Expect all the news you need to hear as soon as we know it!
[via Android Community]