HTC One X Coming to T-Mobile/AT&T with Upgraded Tegra 3 & Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
It seems the HTC One X is coming up with an upgrade pretty soon. Those of you who’ve been avoiding to buy the HTC One X might want to give it’s “upgraded” version another look. The upgraded version is going by the name HTC One X+ according to sources.
The HTC One X+ appeared on NenaMark2′s website, going by the model number HTC PM63100. If the report by landofdroid is to be believed, from the benchmark results analyzed by them, it can be collected that the new One X+ has pretty much the same technical specifications as the international One X except for a few upgrades.
The new phone has an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor clocked to 1.7 GHz (0.2GHz increase) and a 720p display. What is even further noteworthy is the presence of Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, perhaps hinting that the Jelly Bean upgrade for the international One X is not too far away, as it was promised by HTC later this year.
According to the report, “On Nenmark2 benchmark, an unpublished smartphone has appeared. The PM63100 or the HTC One X+. The handset is pretty much the same as the standard One X but features a 1.7 GHz processor and will run Android 4.1.1. The handset has the codename HTC Evitaire and will be introduced to the US on AT&T.“
It is not yet known whether the HTC One X+ will feature a bigger screen or not but I definitely like the screen size on the One X. There is also a possibility of a souped up battery and the introduction of an SD Card slot. The extra features will really users an extra bang for the buck, considering that the One X itself is a great device.
The HTC One X+ will probably only be available on 3G and not on 4G LTE, as the Tegra 3 does not have an inbuilt LTE chip. The release date for HTC One X+ is not yet confirmed, but it is expected to come to T-Mobile in September. Reports also mention that the release date for AT&T will be around the same date as T-Mobile.