The HTC One X+ has been an eagerly anticipated device. The handset was originally intended to be launched on the 22nd of October, but it turns out that this has now been pushed back to the 30th. So it looks like you have a few more days to wait to if you are eager to get your hands on this impressive Smartphone.
The HTC One X is the current flagship Android smartphone from the Taiwanese manufacturer. When it was launched earlier this year, it initially proved to be a popular device. However, smartphone models like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 4S has gone on to dominate the market since, leaving competing devices like the HTC One X struggling to keep up. However, with the HTC One X+, we are likely to see a boost to the appeal of the One X thanks to its upgraded features.
Most of the features of the original HTC One X will be retained with the new One X+. It will boast the same 4.7 inch HD display, 8 megapixel camera and integrated Beats Audio technology. However, the device will pack an upgraded 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, and the latest Android 4.1 Jellybean operating system, replacing the current Ice Cream Sandwich version. Additionally, it will also double the internal storage of the device, bringing it to a whopping 64 GB.
The reason for the delay of the release of the HTC One X+ is still unclear, but a major UK retailer has simply stated that there have been problems with getting the stock delivered on time.
As well as the HTC One X+, the Taiwanese manufacturer is also busy gearing up to launch two brand new devices to showcase the new Windows Phone 8 operating system from Microsoft, the HTC 8X and the HTC 8S.