HTC One X+ is officially announced guys! Previously expected as the successors of HTC One X, this new handset come with better hardware specs and promising system performance. There is no doubt that HTC One X+ is the company’s new flagship android smartphone.
All HTC and Android fans should consider to grab this device if they want to experience the best from the OS. One X+ will be shipped with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on board. It is also feature latest HTC Sense 4+ UI, which packed some improvement and tweaks compared to HTC Sense 4.0 (currently lies on HTC One V, One S, and One X).
Just like we expected before, HTC One X+ is currently powered by quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processors that clocked at 1.7GHz. It is 200MHz faster than the original HTC One X. I am not sure if this addition will bring significant impact on casual uses, off course we need to run few test to prove it. You will be happy to know that One X+ also posses large internal data storage. It is measured at 64GB, should be more than enough to save all your photos, apps, and other multimedia files. HTC also improve the battery unit from 1,800mAh to 2,100mAh. This is mean that you spend more than a day to experience fast blazing quad-core gaming performance on your HTC One X+.
According to the company, HTC One X+ will be available in both Europe and Asia by the end of this month. The handset will continue it’s adventure to South Asia on November. In the mean time, there is still no news about when it will become available in North America region.tags: Android 4.1, HTC, Jelly Bean, One X, price, quad-core, release