Feb 25 AT 2:43 PM Nick Gray 35 Comments

HTC One S and One X prices, images and specs revealed early by Italian retailer

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With less than 24 hours to go before the HTC one X and HTC One S are announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, an Italian retailer has released images, specs and pricing for the two Android 4.0 devices. Since we’ve seen so many leaks over the past few months, there are really no surprises, but we do believe that the retailer’s web guy did a poor job of posting the correct specs for the two phones.

The main mistakes we can spot is that both devices are listed with 4.7-inch displays along with 1GHz clock speeds for the dual-core processor in the Ville and quad-core processor in the Endeavor. We’ve made our fair share of mistakes over the years, so we’re willing to let this one slide. Based on what we know, the HTC Ville will feature a 4.3-inch display and both the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor in the Endeavor (One X) and the Qualcomm S4 processor in the Ville (One S) are expected to be clocked at 1.5 GHz.

The price of the HTC One X and HTC One S are listed at €699 and €599. A direct conversion to US dollars gives us a $940 price tag for the HTC One X and a $805 price tag for the HTC One S, but lets not forget that Italy has a 21% VAT already included in the price. Removing VAT, we’re left with slightly more reasonable price tags of $780 and $672 for the two devices.

How much are you willing to pay for one of HTC’s new Android 4.0 handsets?

HTC One S (Ville) specifications

  • Android 4.0
  • Dual-core 1GHz processor
  • Quad band GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 21 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
  • 4.7″ LCD 540 × 960 pixels, touch screen display
  • 16GB internal storage, microSD (max 32GB)
  • 8 megapixel main camera with LED flash, BSI sensor (for shooting in low light). HD video recording. VGA front-facing camera 
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • microUSB with MHL HDMI
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Dimensions: 65x131x8mm
  • 1650mAh battery
  • DLNA
  • Giroscopio, G-Sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, light sensor

HTC One X (Endeavor) specifications

  • Android 4.0
  • Quad-core 1GHz processor
  • Quad band GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 21 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
  • 4.7″ LCD 1280 × 720 pixels, touch screen display
  • 32GB internal storage, microSD (max 32GB)
  • 8 megapixel main camera with LED flash, BSI sensor (for shooting in low light). HD video recording. 1.3 front-facing camera
  • WiFi
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • microUSB with MHL HDMI
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Dimensions: 69x134x9mm
  • Weight: 146g
  • 1800mAh battery
  • Talk time up to 595 minutes Standby up to 715 hour
  • DLNA
  • Giroscopio, G-Sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, light sensor

Source: HDblog

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • David

    I’m glad to know they’ll both have a Giroscopio.

    • http://htcsource.com Nick Gray

      Lol, I guess being fluent in Italian doesn’t help when you read a word and then forget to translate it into English.

  • jamal adam

    I don’t see why the One S only has a qHD display especially for a 4.7 in screen. I would have preferred a 4.3 inch screen with 1280×720 display. Just a thought.

    • http://htcsource.com Nick Gray

      That’s one of the mistakes in their spec sheet which I pointed out in the post. The size should be listed at 4.3-inches.

  • Yonas

    Blutith 3.0 ?? fascinating !

  • robert

    I love my Rezound, but I’ll never buy another HTC product unless they drastically increase the battery life.

    • Alec Ritter

      With quad-core processors the battery life will be improved. Quad-core uses less battery than Dual-core, like your Rezound, and the Tegra 3 also has a 5th companion core to drastically reduce battery used during low power things such as web browsing, texting, picture taking, etc…

  • spazby

    We will see how they will price these but I am not holding my breath…

  • jspiby2

    My contract is nearly up I’m planning on getting the ONE X i hate to say it but the galaxy S 3 is starting to look tempting, I think HTC need to update the look of there phones the galaxy s and iPhone 4 series do seem to come easier on the eye, but i do love HTC and all the extras we seem to be getting with these new models, they seem to have greatly improved on everything this year except the phones looks :-(

  • 2C

    SMH…Sense 4.0 looks terrible compared to ICS…IMO.

    • nebsif

      ^Agree with u sir.

      Does one X really have a mSD slot or its another mistake but that noob? :P

  • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

    I want the ONE X, and it supports T-mobile’s bands!! :D

    • AnthonyRyan

      If those are true specs why wouldn’t T-Mobile get the One X if its going to have the same bands as the One S. This is just a thought but I hope we get the One X at T-Mobile its been confirmed we’d get the S

      • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

        I think that the HTC ONE phone are for t-mobile. Maybe a new brand like the mytouch and g series.

        • AnthonyRyan

          that’s what im hoping it is a line like those before but if so i hope tmo doesn’t give those two phones some gay ass names if they do they’d be better off calling them the One X and the One S but im just hoping that the One X comes to us T-Mobile Customers after what I’ve been reading on tmonews how they plan on revamping everything and B2B that would be the best and great way for them to start off there comeback.. that’s just my thoughts though but if not the One X the One S will still be fine for me i need a newer phone i’m getting tired of my sensation its too small now i want 4.7 now lol

          wow i kinda seemed a bit winy and needy there on the phone i want and size of the display lol

        • AnthonyRyan

          from the official i saw the bands and it doesn’t have tmo’s 2100Mhz bands but it does have the 1900Mhz which it may support for AT&T and from what i read Tmo will support those bands also

  • One X

    One X looks like a great contender

    They should’ve crammed bigger battery into that dimension tho. Oh well, I hope S4 Krait will make it up.

  • sunrise

    Sorry if this is a double post, didn’t see my last comment show up.

    Phandroid has a spec sheer for the One X without expandable Microsd. Are you sure it includes expandable memory?

  • Alessandro Pomponio

    I am italian and I saw the webpage while it was on. There were many mistakes and it probably was a mistake (or a joke) by Marcopolo Expert (the reseller).
    I suppose specs will be different, I would bet on it.

  • AnthonyRyan

    Ha ha nice Google Chrome translated the website from Italian to English and it says…

    Although the official launch is tomorrow night, the famous Italian store Marco Polo Shop has included in its list of the new HTC and HTC Endeavour Villas . We are talking about the first Quad Core and the new HTC dula core high-end that will be marketed in a few weeks. Although there has been disclosed specifications and prices, and the hope that the two smartphones will come to market at lower prices.

    TECHNICAL TELEPHONY HTC ENDEAVOUR ITALY

    MARK HTC
    OPERATING SYSTEM Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
    PROCESSOR Quad-Core 1GHz
    NETWORK GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 21 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
    BANDA Quad Band
    DISPLAY 4.7 “LCD 1280 × 720 pixels, touch screen
    MEMORY 32GB, microSD (max 32GB)
    CAMERA External 8Mpixel, LED flash, BSI sensor (for shooting in low light). Record HD video at 1080p. Front 1.3 Mpixel
    DUAL SIM -
    GPS Internal Antenna
    MESSAGING SMS, MMS, Email, social networks
    WRITING EASY Virtual QWERTY Keyboard
    INTERFACES WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB, HDMI (with special cable not included), microSD slot, audio out (3.5mm)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 69x134x9mm
    WEIGHT 146g (including battery)
    BATTERY 1800mAh LiIon
    BATTERY LIFE Talk time up to 595 minutes Standby up to 715 hours
    EQUIPMENT Charger, stereo headset
    KIT -
    MISCELLANEOUS Media player MP3, MP4, AAC, WMA and 3GP, Facebook, Twitter, xHTML browser, Android Market. Gyro, G-Sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, light sensor, DLNA compatible. Stereo microphone official guarantee Italy
    HTC Endeavour is proposed to 699 € on site warranty with Marcopolo Shop Italy.
    TECHNICAL TELEPHONY HTC ITALY VILLAS
    MARK HTC
    OPERATING SYSTEM Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
    PROCESSOR Dual-Core 1GHz
    NETWORK GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 21 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
    BANDA Quad Band
    DISPLAY 4.7 “LCD 540 × 960 pixels, touch screen
    MEMORY 16GB, microSD (max 32GB)
    CAMERA External 8Mpixel, LED flash, BSI sensor (for shooting in low light). HD video recording in VGA 1080p.Frontale
    DUAL SIM -
    GPS Internal Antenna
    MESSAGING SMS, MMS, Email, social networks
    WRITING EASY Virtual QWERTY Keyboard
    INTERFACES WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB, HDMI (with special cable not included), microSD slot, audio out (3.5mm)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 65x131x8mm
    WEIGHT -
    BATTERY 1650mAh LiIon
    BATTERY LIFE -
    EQUIPMENT Charger, stereo headset
    KIT -
    MISCELLANEOUS Media player MP3, MP4, AAC, WMA and 3GP, Facebook, Twitter, xHTML browser, Android Market.Giroscopio, G-Sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, light sensor, DLNA compatible. Stereo microphone official guarantee Italy
    HTC Villas is brought to 599 € on site warranty with Marcopolo Shop Italy.
    The site already has unfortunately removed the pages but here a screen:

  • Hall Lo

    Looking good! But HTC please increase the battery life :/…

  • kwills88

    What is up with those batteries? It should be a requirement for batteries to be 2000mAh at minimum.

  • SeeK

    I don’t see a problem with the batteries. My Desire’s got a 1400mAh battery and these phones, especially the One S due to Krait’s 28nm process, will be a lot more power efficient. There should be plenty of juice.

    Having seen AnandTech’s Krait benchmark results and knowing that 4.7″ is too large for me, I’m going with the S. Will probably try Sense 4.0 for a while and then stick Nova Launcher on.

  • Thegm

    What about when menu is needed?

  • Max.Steel

    Sense?? PASS.

  • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

    If only the HTC ONE S was 720p HD resolution screen.

  • pjax

    really glad to see it adopting the three button standard for 4.0 devices and up. no more menu button thank goodness!!

    BUT how are you supposed to invoke the menu/action reflow on Legacy devices? The Galaxy Nexus had the three dots pop up on the virtual button bar. But since the buttons are not virtual, how are you going to invoke menu?

  • bic66

    1.5Ghz processor is correct , 1ghz is an error on marcopoloshop

  • Flow-Wolf

    Is there micro sd slot???
    I am not sure :/

  • WlfHart

    Is the One X battery non-removable? I swear I read built in… that could be disappointing.

  • Shawn Clark

    These phones lookin great…can’t wait to see when they land on carrier shelves.

  • Nathan D.

    Cool this will give me something to look forward :-)

  • Adam K

    Seems a little bit high, Phone prices are generally escalating out of control. The battery looks like it will be woefully small for the power the device is packing.

  1. DavidGuest 3 years ago

    I’m glad to know they’ll both have a Giroscopio.

  2. I don’t see why the One S only has a qHD display especially for a 4.7 in screen. I would have preferred a 4.3 inch screen with 1280×720 display. Just a thought.

  3. YonasGuest 3 years ago

    Blutith 3.0 ?? fascinating !

  4. robertGuest 3 years ago

    I love my Rezound, but I’ll never buy another HTC product unless they drastically increase the battery life.

    • Alec RitterGuest 3 years ago

      With quad-core processors the battery life will be improved. Quad-core uses less battery than Dual-core, like your Rezound, and the Tegra 3 also has a 5th companion core to drastically reduce battery used during low power things such as web browsing, texting, picture taking, etc…

  5. We will see how they will price these but I am not holding my breath…

  6. My contract is nearly up I’m planning on getting the ONE X i hate to say it but the galaxy S 3 is starting to look tempting, I think HTC need to update the look of there phones the galaxy s and iPhone 4 series do seem to come easier on the eye, but i do love HTC and all the extras we seem to be getting with these new models, they seem to have greatly improved on everything this year except the phones looks :-(

  7. 2CGuest 3 years ago

    SMH…Sense 4.0 looks terrible compared to ICS…IMO.

  8. I want the ONE X, and it supports T-mobile’s bands!! :D

    • If those are true specs why wouldn’t T-Mobile get the One X if its going to have the same bands as the One S. This is just a thought but I hope we get the One X at T-Mobile its been confirmed we’d get the S

      • I think that the HTC ONE phone are for t-mobile. Maybe a new brand like the mytouch and g series.

        • that’s what im hoping it is a line like those before but if so i hope tmo doesn’t give those two phones some gay ass names if they do they’d be better off calling them the One X and the One S but im just hoping that the One X comes to us T-Mobile Customers after what I’ve been reading on tmonews how they plan on revamping everything and B2B that would be the best and great way for them to start off there comeback.. that’s just my thoughts though but if not the One X the One S will still be fine for me i need a newer phone i’m getting tired of my sensation its too small now i want 4.7 now lol

          wow i kinda seemed a bit winy and needy there on the phone i want and size of the display lol

        • from the official i saw the bands and it doesn’t have tmo’s 2100Mhz bands but it does have the 1900Mhz which it may support for AT&T and from what i read Tmo will support those bands also

  9. One XGuest 3 years ago

    One X looks like a great contender

    They should’ve crammed bigger battery into that dimension tho. Oh well, I hope S4 Krait will make it up.

  10. Sorry if this is a double post, didn’t see my last comment show up.

    Phandroid has a spec sheer for the One X without expandable Microsd. Are you sure it includes expandable memory?

  11. Alessandro PomponioGuest 3 years ago

    I am italian and I saw the webpage while it was on. There were many mistakes and it probably was a mistake (or a joke) by Marcopolo Expert (the reseller).
    I suppose specs will be different, I would bet on it.

  12. Ha ha nice Google Chrome translated the website from Italian to English and it says…

    Although the official launch is tomorrow night, the famous Italian store Marco Polo Shop has included in its list of the new HTC and HTC Endeavour Villas . We are talking about the first Quad Core and the new HTC dula core high-end that will be marketed in a few weeks. Although there has been disclosed specifications and prices, and the hope that the two smartphones will come to market at lower prices.

    TECHNICAL TELEPHONY HTC ENDEAVOUR ITALY

    MARK HTC
    OPERATING SYSTEM Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
    PROCESSOR Quad-Core 1GHz
    NETWORK GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 21 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
    BANDA Quad Band
    DISPLAY 4.7 “LCD 1280 × 720 pixels, touch screen
    MEMORY 32GB, microSD (max 32GB)
    CAMERA External 8Mpixel, LED flash, BSI sensor (for shooting in low light). Record HD video at 1080p. Front 1.3 Mpixel
    DUAL SIM -
    GPS Internal Antenna
    MESSAGING SMS, MMS, Email, social networks
    WRITING EASY Virtual QWERTY Keyboard
    INTERFACES WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB, HDMI (with special cable not included), microSD slot, audio out (3.5mm)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 69x134x9mm
    WEIGHT 146g (including battery)
    BATTERY 1800mAh LiIon
    BATTERY LIFE Talk time up to 595 minutes Standby up to 715 hours
    EQUIPMENT Charger, stereo headset
    KIT -
    MISCELLANEOUS Media player MP3, MP4, AAC, WMA and 3GP, Facebook, Twitter, xHTML browser, Android Market. Gyro, G-Sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, light sensor, DLNA compatible. Stereo microphone official guarantee Italy
    HTC Endeavour is proposed to 699 € on site warranty with Marcopolo Shop Italy.
    TECHNICAL TELEPHONY HTC ITALY VILLAS
    MARK HTC
    OPERATING SYSTEM Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
    PROCESSOR Dual-Core 1GHz
    NETWORK GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 21 Mbps and HSUPA 5.76 Mbps
    BANDA Quad Band
    DISPLAY 4.7 “LCD 540 × 960 pixels, touch screen
    MEMORY 16GB, microSD (max 32GB)
    CAMERA External 8Mpixel, LED flash, BSI sensor (for shooting in low light). HD video recording in VGA 1080p.Frontale
    DUAL SIM -
    GPS Internal Antenna
    MESSAGING SMS, MMS, Email, social networks
    WRITING EASY Virtual QWERTY Keyboard
    INTERFACES WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, USB, HDMI (with special cable not included), microSD slot, audio out (3.5mm)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 65x131x8mm
    WEIGHT -
    BATTERY 1650mAh LiIon
    BATTERY LIFE -
    EQUIPMENT Charger, stereo headset
    KIT -
    MISCELLANEOUS Media player MP3, MP4, AAC, WMA and 3GP, Facebook, Twitter, xHTML browser, Android Market.Giroscopio, G-Sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor, light sensor, DLNA compatible. Stereo microphone official guarantee Italy
    HTC Villas is brought to 599 € on site warranty with Marcopolo Shop Italy.
    The site already has unfortunately removed the pages but here a screen:

  13. Looking good! But HTC please increase the battery life :/…

  14. What is up with those batteries? It should be a requirement for batteries to be 2000mAh at minimum.

  15. SeeKGuest 3 years ago

    I don’t see a problem with the batteries. My Desire’s got a 1400mAh battery and these phones, especially the One S due to Krait’s 28nm process, will be a lot more power efficient. There should be plenty of juice.

    Having seen AnandTech’s Krait benchmark results and knowing that 4.7″ is too large for me, I’m going with the S. Will probably try Sense 4.0 for a while and then stick Nova Launcher on.

  16. ThegmGuest 3 years ago

    What about when menu is needed?

  17. If only the HTC ONE S was 720p HD resolution screen.

  18. really glad to see it adopting the three button standard for 4.0 devices and up. no more menu button thank goodness!!

    BUT how are you supposed to invoke the menu/action reflow on Legacy devices? The Galaxy Nexus had the three dots pop up on the virtual button bar. But since the buttons are not virtual, how are you going to invoke menu?

  19. bic66Guest 3 years ago

    1.5Ghz processor is correct , 1ghz is an error on marcopoloshop

  20. Flow-WolfGuest 3 years ago

    Is there micro sd slot???
    I am not sure :/

  21. Is the One X battery non-removable? I swear I read built in… that could be disappointing.

  22. These phones lookin great…can’t wait to see when they land on carrier shelves.

  23. Cool this will give me something to look forward :-)

  24. Adam KGuest 3 years ago

    Seems a little bit high, Phone prices are generally escalating out of control. The battery looks like it will be woefully small for the power the device is packing.