It appears the final name for the HTC Endeavor (aka HTC Edge, aka HTC Supreme) may be HTC One X. Or HTC One X, if you prefer. PocketNow reports that the device will be marketed as HTC One X, with the X written above in superscript. In addition, SlashGear says that the Endeavor's little brother, the HTC Ville, will become the HTC One S, with the S in superscript too.
If true, it's certainly an interesting choice for the branding of HTC's 2012 smartphones, not to mention a departure from the one-word naming scheme that's given us phones like the Desire, Sensation, and, um, ChaCha.
HTC Endeavor HTC One X has appeared in numerous leaks over the past few months. We first saw an early render of the device back in November (back then it was the HTC Edge), though it's likely the final product will look different. Over the weekend, a leaked RUU (ROM Update Utility) for the phone revealed a massive cache of screenshots, along with the full list of specifications. The phone is reportedly powered by a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, with 1GB of RAM and a 720p screen.
The One S looks set to become HTC's mid-range offering for 2012, with a dual-core 1.5GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM and a qHD screen. We've seen it in a series of leaks over the past month or so, which has given us some early photos and video of the device in action.
On the software side, both phones run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, along with the new HTC Sense 4.0, which seems to be shaping up rather nicely. There'll probably be at least one other quad-core phone at MWC, but we're looking forward to getting our hands on HTC's latest piece of kit regardless.