Jonesing for some more HTC news after the manufacturer teased its Mobile World Congress event yesterday? Well we've got what you need, as a press render of the HTC One X (formerly Endeavor/Edge) has made its way online courtesy of the folks at Pocketnow. The face of the One X is a tad different from when we got our first peek at it back in November, as the device is now sporting three navigation keys at the bottom of its face rather than four. There shot also shows the newest version of Sense, version 4.0, which looks similar to what we saw earlier this month thanks to an RUU leak.
The folks at HTC also continued to tease MWC today. Over on its official HTC Singapore Facebook page, the manufacturer posted an image similar to the one we saw yesterday, but this time there's a "4" in the center instead of a "5." The tagline for the new images says "This Sunday, you'll hear something authentic."
For those of you that'd like an HTC One X/Endeavor/Edge spec refresher, the handset is rumored to be packing a 4.7-inch 720p display, 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 8-megapixel camera, 1GB RAM and Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 4.0. If those features do indeed make it into the device, well, I'd say HTC's got itself a flagship handset that many an Android fan will be lusting after in 2012. Many expect HTC to officially take the wraps off of the One X at its Mobile World Congress event on Sunday, so be sure to stay tuned for more!