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HTC One X+ Exists, UK Carrier Brochure Indicates Price and Features
Rumors surrounding the HTC One X+ are gaining traction on the Internet of late. While the Taiwanese smartphone maker has not said anything about the upcoming phone yet, speculation is rife that the next generation of the company's flagship One X is in the production stage and will soon hit markets.
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After a blurry image of the One X+ emerged on Twitter earlier this week, Pocket-lint has reportedly been sent two clearer images of the device - one of the front and one of the back - by a trusted source. Moreover, GSMArena has also reported to have spotted the upcoming HTC smartphone in a brochure for UK's wireless carrier O2.
According to the carrier brochure, the new generation One X+ smartphone will boast a significant improvement of features over the original device. The plus version will pack a more powerful quad-core CPU, clocked at 1.7GHz, 64GB of built-in memory with an additional 25GB of Dropbox storage, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 8MP camera and Beats audio. The phone will be priced at £479.99, the UK carrier said.
As far as the U.S. release is concerned, TMoNews reported in July that the HTC One X+ smartphone, which was earlier rumored as HTC Era 42, will be coming to T-Mobile in September. The report, however, can be considered as wrong, since the phone has not debuted yet.
Additionally, Androidandme, a prominent tech blog, also reported that the new device will have Tegra 3 plus and a 1.7GHz processor, and will be the first HTC device with Qualcomm's new quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor. It also claims that the HTC phone will use the stock Android rather than HTC's Sense UI.
HTC's One X received rave reviews both by reviewers and users, but somehow failed to make an impact in the market. Whether HTC will be successful or not this time with the new generation of One X+, only time will tell.