Recent rumors talk about HTC planing to release an improved version of their current flagship device – the HTC One X. This new model, called the HTC One X+, was spotted several times, due to leaked benchmarks or FFC info. The device will apparently boast LTE connectivity though running a Tegra 3 chip.



The first picture showing T-Mobile’s version of the One X+ recently surfaced on the internet. Gathering from the image, the new device is very similar to he original One X, except the carrier logo on the front. According to the rumors, it is to have a 4.7-inch SCLD2 display and is powered by an improved 1.7 GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Other features include 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

The HTC One X+ is also expected to be headed for AT&T in the near future. HTC should launch the device by the end of the year, along with other  interesting mobile hardware.

Previous articleSamsung Galaxy Music Phone is Actually a New Device, Midrange Handset With Small 3 Inch Display
Next articleApple’s Phil Schiller Supposedly Responds to Fan’s Worried Mail About iPhone 5 Scuff Gate