A tipster just posted the benchmark scores of the HTC One X on the Android Central forums, showing what could possibly the best-performing Android device so far. The comparison chart includes a wide selection of Android devices, ranging from smartphones such as Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus to tablets like the Galaxy Tab and Asus Transformer Prime, but the table shows that the HTC One X can handily smoke them all.
The posted benchmark scores show the results of AT&T’s version of the One X, which sports a spec that differs from the Tegra 3-based international version that HTC unveiled back in February. Instead of running on the quad-core chip, AT&T’s One X will come powered by a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor that gives the phone 4G LTE support.
Apparently, the CPU switch isn’t much of a downgrade at all. The One X also managed to dominate the competition in the Quadrant graphics test, scoring twice more than the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
The tipster also commented that the battery life was relatively good for an LTE device, but noted that the phone won’t come with a microSD slot and removable battery . Testing also revealed a noticeable shutter delay on the camera.
Release dates weren’t revealed, but the source anticipates a mid-May release for the AT&T version.