HTC One X leaked ahead of Mobile World Congress
The HTC One X – formerly known as the Endeavour – has cropped up in its final form in a leaked press image.
The pocket powerhouse is expected to arrive packing a 4.7in 720p display and 1GB of RAM – with a quad-core Tegra 3 processor providing the oomph to keep everything ticking along nicely.
We'll be getting our mitts on the HTC One X next week at Mobile World Congress, so stay tuned for a hands-on report.
Mozilla to reveal app store
Firefox creator Mozilla is on track to unveil its Web Apps platform at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week – which will see it open up its Marketplace to developers.
That's all the details we have so far – but we'll be checking out Mozilla's offering at MWC, so check back for the latest latest news from the show. For now, we can pretty much guarantee that Angry Birds will grace the Mozilla app store with its presence, given its ability to run on almost everything under the sun.
Fujitsu’s quad-core 13MP smartphone spotted
Still want superfast multitasking after you’ve dropped your phone in the washing up? Fujitsu might just a treat for you if you live in Europe. The company is readying a Tegra 3 (quad-core) powered smartphone for its entry into the Western market, expected to become official at MWC 2012.
At least, that’s according to Engadget, which has snagged details of a Fujitsu 4.6in quad-core smartphone with a record-breaking 13.1MP camera. Not impressed yet? Fujitsu’s MWC smartie comes with a fingerprint sensor and waterproofing (like the company’s CES tablet) for full secret service credentials.
It’ll run Ice Cream Sandwich and we suspect some serious screen tech, but we’ll have to leave the full spec until next week’s stunning MWC unveil. Watch this space.