Ingvarr S, 09 Mar 2012Oops, meant One X for previous comment, not One S.Htc One X for at&t
I want to ask you something. Where did you find information that qualcomms snapdragon S4 was to blame? I have read all sources you linked in your article and haven't found any information suggesting that newest snapdragon is to blame. On the contrary, semiaccurate said that the problem could lay in Santa Clara with Nvidia. So what do you have to say about that?
Ingvarr S, 09 Mar 2012However, HTC One S is not Snapdragon, its Tegra 3 based - so shouldn't be affected?As a matter of fact the HTC One S is using an S4 chip. THe HTC One X is the one running the Tegra 3 chip.
The international version of ONE X shouldn't be affected since it is using a Tegra 3 processor. Unless the Tegra 3 is made at the same plant.
However, HTC One S is not Snapdragon, its Tegra 3 based - so shouldn't be affected?