While Android and Windows Phone 8 powered smartphones are hot on the heels, we can’t ignore the HTC-flavored One X Plus handset, with what it’s been rumored on-and-off for months and now.
What it seems like, the HTC One X Plus Specs have been revealed on an XDA developer’s personal Twitter feed.
Detailed to be powered by a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 Plus processor, clocked at 1.6GHz; the One X+ will pack 8MP rear shooter with second shooter around front, 32GB internal memory, and the same 1800mAh battery that grab spots in its predecessor [One X]. It will be mostly a One X doppelganger, with an almost identical 129 grams weight and 134.36 x 69.9 x 9.3 mm dimensions. Interestingly, the phone will be flavored by latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS skinned with Sense 4.5 UI.
Additionally, it will be an AWS-band equipped smartphone, and is expected to head to AWS networks such as T-Mobile, Mobilicity and Wind Mobile.
The detail on what it be called [HTC One XXL/X Plus?], will emerge on September 19 at HTC’s press event in New York. Stay tuned for more.
Source – Twiiter | @Football4PDA