HTC One X+ gets official, rocking 1.7GHz quad-core battery + 2100mAh battery
Update: We’re not sure if this device will come packing LTE capabilities. Seeing as though HTC’s website doesn’t mention it as a feature, we can’t expect it to have an LTE radio as standard. However, we do know that the device will have “LTE only available in select countries.” Stay tuned.
Update 2: HTC Australia have released an official statement on the matter:
“The HTC One X + was announced globally on 3 October 2012. However, HTC cannot comment on unreleased products in the Australian market.”
HTC’s update to their flagship One X model has just received a small update in hardware. Well, while it looks very similar on the outside, it is very different under the hood. HTC have officially announced the One X+ and what’s better – it is appearing on their Australian website!
The One X+ is a bump for the One X, bringing a much more powerful phone to HTC’s line-up. The outside design looks very similar, except with a matte black colouring and red rim around the camera. However, it’s not what’s on the outside that makes the difference. The HTC One X+ has a whole lot of new beefed up equipment under the hood to bring it up to scratch.
Here’s the specifications:
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- 4.7-inch LCD2 display with HD 720p resolution
- 1.7GHz quad-core Tegra 3 chip
- 1GB RAM
- 8-megapixel, f/2.0 camera
- 134.36 x 69.9 x 8.9mm
- 2,100 mAh battery
As I said, the One X+ is actually on the Australian HTC website and taking the prime spot on the front page. This would suggest that it is coming to Australia and soon. Seeing as though there’s been a run of phone announcements from Telstra and Optus it leads me to suspect that Vodafone will be stocking the One X+, but we’ll have to wait till we hear more about it.
Would you go for the One X+, or is it too similar to the One X?