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I'm looking to buy the brand new HTC One X (Tegra 3 version) but I want to know if it's compatible with GLONASS (Russian GPS satnav equivalent).

I already know that the Snapdragon S4 version supports it but does the Tegra 3 support it as well?

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It's extremely difficult to find technical information on the Tegra 3, and I can't find a single mention of GPS capabilities. Nor can I find anything specifically about the Tegra 3 One X's GPS capabilities. I would guess that you're out of luck but it's difficult to say for sure. –  Matthew Read Apr 7 '12 at 18:34

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Acccording to this XDA thread, it does NOT support GLONASS

They ran GPS tests on both Galaxy Note and HTC One X, the former of which does officially support GLONASS; and the former showed 2x the amount of detected satellites.

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according to AnandTech's review, it does. –  Eshwar May 3 '12 at 18:25
    
@Eshwar - you may want to post that as an answer with a quoute and some details, I'd be interested. –  DVK May 3 '12 at 19:58
    
The number of detected satellites doesn't really tell you whether GLONASS is supported or not. I can't find any information about the satellite ID numbers (SVNs) used for GLONASS, so I'm not sure if you could check whether any of the visible satellites are GLONASS. –  Kevin ORourke May 6 '12 at 16:58
    
yeah apprently it supports GLONASS (the hardware does) but it's not enabled so if someone finds a patch to enable it that would be great! –  jafar May 10 '12 at 13:10
    
@DVK seems I was mistaken, the GLONASS support I read was for the Snapdragon SoC so not sure about the Tegra 3 version! –  Eshwar May 11 '12 at 0:08

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