The HTC One X+ has not been officially announced yet though a couple of pictures of the new smartphone have already found their way on to the blogosphere. Leaked on Twitter last week, the blurry images show the front and back of the new phone although it has been claimed that the images have been acquired via a “trusted source” which means that the actual may not differ all that much from what we have in front of us here.
Judging by the images alone, the HTC One X+ doesn’t seem to deviate all that much from the visual profile of the HTC One X. Three touch keys sit proudly beneath a large and presumably 4.7-inch touchscreen that dominated the front of the phone fabulously. Around the back, the top end of the phone shows off the device’s main camera with an 8 megapixel resolution accompanied by an LED flash. The back of the phone also features charging dock points. Sources suggest that the phone’s shell is constructed out of polycarbonate. The only obvious change in the appearance of the phone from the HTC one is the neat Beats logo at the back which was also seen on the Windows 8X unveiled earlier in September.
Previously leaked specs suggest that the HTC One X+ will be powered by a single core 1.7GHz processor as well as a quad-core AP37 1.6GHz Nvidia processor. The standard OS on the phone would be the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) which will be paired with 1GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 64GB of expandable storage and 25GB of Dropbox storage. According to an advertisement featured in the latest O2 catalogue the phone would be priced at £479.99.
Via: Pocket Lint