Sunday, September 30, 2012

T-Mobile Branding Spotted On Supposed HTC One X+

HTC One X+
HTC One X+
(Image Credit: evleaks)

It appears that T-Mobile may be the first mobile network provider to offer the HTC One X+ into the market following the emergence of a picture of the upcoming smartphone.

Numerous reports about the features of the upcoming HTC One X+ had emerged in the past. But the latest leak has shown that the latest smartphone offering of HTC may be initially released through T-Mobile.

The upgraded version of the HTC smartphone is reportedly faster and stronger compared its predecessor. The upcoming HTC One X+ will feature the Jelly Bean Android 4.1 OS along with the HTC Sense 4.5 custom user interface. The device will feature the 1.6GHz Tegra 3+ AP37 quad-core processor. It will also become one of the first smartphones to come with a quad-core chipset together with 4G LTE connectivity. Due to this, the HTC One X+ is considered a very powerful smartphone.

Aside from T-Mobile, the HTC One X+ will reportedly be offered by AT&T before the end of the year. Ma Bell will also offer the latest version of the flagship smartphone of HTC according to recent filings with the FCC.

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