In a brochure for popular UK network O2, a photo of the HTC One X+ has been spotted along with a list of its key features. This has prompted many to believe that the follow up to the popular HTC One X may be launched sooner than we first thought.
The photo, which can be viewed on GSM Arena shows a snapshot of the phone itself, which looks remarkably similar to the current HTC One X, next to the list of key features which include the latest Android Jellybean operating system, 64 GB of internal storage and 25GB of free Dropbox storage, Beats Audio and an 8 megapixel camera. At this stage, there is no further information on the camera so it is likely that the camera will have the same specifications as that of the current HTC One X. The processor is also listed in the spec list, and is one of its most impressive features. The 1.7 GHz quad-core processor would make the HTC One X+ the most powerful smartphone on the market if it was released today. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 hit shelves in the UK today, and it claims this title thanks to its 1.6 GHz quad-core processor, but the HTC One X+ would knock it off the top spot.
Unfortunately, these are the only features which are mentioned in the brochure. It would have been nice to get some further information on features like the screen, but because this is not listed it is highly likely that this shares the same specifications as the screen of the current HTC One X.
A price for the pay as you go handset is also shown in the brochure at £479.99. This makes it around £80 more than the PAYG deal from O2 for the current One X. At this stage there is no further info on HTC One X+ Contracts, but we will keep you posted with further developments on this phone as we get them.