Forum Added for the HTC One X+
The original One X was HTC’s flagship phone for the first half of 2012. Featuring an impressive display, powerful processor (Tegra 3 or Snapdragon S4, depending on region), ample memory and storage, and great industrial design design, the phone was on many people’s wish lists.
Six months later, HTC announced its successor: the One X+. Packing the same great 4.7″ Super LCD2 panel that made the One X stand out, the One X+ improves on the original by bumping the clocks on the Tegra 3 processor to 1.7 GHz. And for those worried about the US variants, LTE is now added without sacrificing the quad-core processor. It also comes with either 32 or 64 GB of on-board storage. Most importantly, the device comes preloaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, sprinkled with a touch of Sense 4+ on top.
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