That's why we got excited this week when details surfaced that a quad-core variant could touch down on U.S. soil in the near future. Documents found on the FCC's Web site indicate that the bigger, badder edition of the HTC One X is en route.
Where it will end up remains to be seen, but reportedly T-Mobile has called dibs. Then again, Verizon Wireless has a history of snatching up some of the better smartphones on the market. Either way, this will be "One" to watch over the next few weeks.
Packing a quad-core Tegra 3 chipset and a bunch of bells and whistles, it's certainly a handset that I'm looking for this spring. And while AT&T will receive a dual-core edition of the handset, it's those extra cores that make for a superphone.