Online retailer Expansys is now listing the HTC One X+ Android smartphone, that was just announced this week. Although there’s no information about the pricing or the exact date of release, Expansys has a track record of being consumer friendly and not offering any risks for clients.


They offer the option to confirm the purchase even after the preorder has taken effect and the handset arrives in stock and you can cancel your preorder without special chargers. The handset is listed as being unlocked, so it will be available free of commitment and with full price. Recently UK retailer Clove started listing the flagship smartphone with a price tag of 474 quid. The price applies for preorders of the device and initial stocks are said to arrive at the end of the current month.

The One X+ only offers as extra the 1.7 GHz Tegra 3 CPU, a slightly bigger battery and red accents in some areas of the case. The handset keeps the 4.7 inch IPS screen with 720p resolution, 1 GB of RAM, lack of microSD card and apparently it will come with 32 GB or 64 GB of storage.

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