Hot on the heels of the emergence of an HTC One X render yesterday, some photos of the device in the wild have now made their way online courtesy of ITProPortal. The One X (formerly Edge/Endeavor) in the photos above has the same three capacitive keys that we saw in the aforementioned render and its also packing a 4.7-inch display that'll reportedly come in at a resolution of 1280x720. On the side of the device we can see the a volume rocker as well as its 8-megapixel camera peeking out from its rear.
The HTC leaks don't stop there, as several images of the HTC One S (aka Ville) have also surfaced. The One S has been the star of a couple of leaks in the past, but these latest shots provide perhaps the clearest look at the device that we've seen yet. These images offer a nice walk around the entire One S's body and also show it resting next to an HTC Sensation.
Both the HTC One X and One S are expected to make their debut during HTC's event at Mobile World Congress, which the company has been teasing this week. As for when we might be seeing these handsets Stateside, we've yet to see any evidence of which U.S. carriers might offer the One X, but the rumor mill has churned out a couple of reports claiming that the One S could be T-Mobile-bound. We'll be live on the ground in Barcelona for all of the MWC festivities, so you can bet that we'll be bringing you the news on the One X and One as, as well as any other handsets HTC decides to show, as it happens. Until then, you can find more One S images at the second ITProPortal link below.
UPDATE: Upon closer inspection, it looks like the unannounced devices in these images might actually both be the One S/Ville. As the folks at The Verge point out, the earpiece area on the purported One X photos above is different than the renders of the device that have leaked previously, which looked more like the earpiece found on the Sensation. Instead, the device that ITProPortal calls the One X looks all-around fairly similar to the One S, suggesting that all of these photos may be of the One S. Whatever the case, we're not ones to complain about getting another early peek at upcoming HTC hardware.