One look at the AT&T HTC One X and you could hardly tell that the quad-core Tegra 3 processor of the international version has been swapped out for a dual-core Snapdragon S4 and LTE support. If you can deduce the internals of a phone just by glancing at it your powers are better served elsewhere. As expected the AT&T variant of the handset is identical in its outward appearance, right down to its white paint job and Beats Audio logo.
We’ve seen plenty of evidence to suggest users won’t notice much of a difference between the quad-core and dual-core setup, and the added LTE speeds will surely sweeten the pot. No official announcement has been made, but the One X is expected to arrive at AT&T some time in early May.