HTC’s One X already looks old compared to what the company is prepping for its sequel, the Evitare UL.
And what’s this showing up in a benchmark? A possible Flyer 2 tablet as well? Happy Friday.
First up, we have what could very well be the follow-up to the monster that is the HTC One X. Named the Evitare UL (the One X had the codename of ‘the Evita’), it’s running a quad-core Tegra 3, but it’s clocked at 1.7GHz compared to the One X’s 1.5. So we should see some improvement in performance, if that’s even possible.
The screen resolution is the same as the One X, at 720p, but there’s no word on a size yet. Considering the One X has a 4.8-inch display, we’re thinking around that, if not bigger. (The Panasonic Eluga Power has a 5-incher, after all. And the trend seems to be for bigger phones.)
The Evitare UL is listed as running Ice Cream Sandwich, but we’d be surprised if it doesn’t arrive toting Jelly Bean.
And also benchmarked is a mystery HTC device. So mysterious, in fact, it doesn’t even have a codename. All we’ve got to go on is HTC 6435LVW. But it absolutely cleans up in terms of performance, clocking up a crazy 121 FPS at 720p – that’s more than twice that of the HTC One X, and 20 percent higher than the previous champ in this area, the Samsung Galaxy S3.
The screen resolution is given as 1,794 x 1080, but apart from that, we know nothing. It could well be the next tablet HTC said it was preparing. And if so, then kudos to the company, as it seems to be listening to our advice.