Unveiled back in February, the HTC One X smartphone is something I’ve been questioned most about availability over T-Mobile. Where, many of gadgets-freaks were also wondering if it will be supporting the 4G LTE on the carrier.
A recent NenaMark2 benchmark, uncovered by TmoNews, has indicated the device heading to carrier in near future. The site shows the device as HTC One X+, which also identifies itself as the HTC PM63100.
Unlike the original model, the HTC One X Plus will be bringing power of a Quad Core Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.7GHz, as well as the latest Google’s Operating System, so called Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. There’s also an impressive 1280 x 720p resolution display.
Yes! Of course, T-Mobile can use the Tegra 3 in the HTC One X+ because it doesn’t have a 4G LTE network to worry about.
While a T-Mobile release is expected for September, there are also rumblings that AT&T could see the phone as well. Guys! What carrier you will prefer to waiting with?