In a brochure from popular UK network O2, a photo of the new HTC One X+ has been published along with a list of its key features. This has heightened speculation as to when we can expect to see the handset released.
The HTC One X plus will be the follow up to the popular HTC One X, and will be the first HTC handset to ship with the new Android Jellybean software pre-installed. The One X and One S are expected to receive their updates from the current Ice Cream Sandwich platform at some point this month.
A snapshot of the brochure can be viewed on GSM Arena, showing both a photo of the handset and a list of its main features. These include the new Android Jellybean software, 64 GB of internal storage, 25 GB of free Dropbox storage and an 8 megapixel camera. Also, a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor is included, meaning that this will be the most powerful smartphone on the market at the time of its release, assuming nothing more powerful gets launched before then. This means it will knock the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 off the top spot, after it was launched on Monday with its 1.6 GHz quad-core processor.
These features are the only ones which have been listed in the brochure, so we can assume that other hardware attributes will remain the same as the current HTC One X model. Therefore, it is expected that most of the changes will be seen in the software. With the update to Android Jellybean, new features like a new version of the HTC Watch app, a new self portrait mode (utilising the front facing camera), new version of HTC Sense UI and a much more responsive user interface will be included.
The device is set to roll out across Europe at some point in October, with rumours suggesting that the handset will hit the UK on the 22nd.