When the HTC One X was released in the United States earlier in the year many consumers were left disappointed by the fact that the model did not offer the quad core processor that was included in the European version of the model. The reason why the company opted for dual core was so that the handset could be optimised for use on AT&T’s 4G network in the country. Consumers can now take advantage of quad core technology thanks to the North American release of the new HTC One X+.
Consumers in the United States and Canada can now get their hands on the new HTC One X+, the latest premium Android device from the Taiwanese manufacturers. The US market already boasts several new quad core 4G handsets but none of them can match the new HTC handset for processing power. HTC have not simply upped the power on this model however as they have also increased the storage capacity on the model meaning that consumers can take advantage of either a 32GB or a 64GB model. This extra capacity along with the quad core chipset may tempt many One X user to upgrade to this new device early.
The HTC One X+ sits proudly at the top of HTC’s current line up of models, at least until we see the launch of the HTC Deluxe which is rumoured for an early 2013 launch. The current flagship model has much more to it than simply a powerful chipset. The model incorporates a large 4.7 inch display which produces a great resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. This makes the handset perfect for viewing a variety of material including movies and web browsing. An 8 mega pixel primary camera is accompanied by a 1.6 mega pixel secondary snapper while Full HD 1080P video can be recorded by the handset. Combine these excellent features with the enhanced processor and storage and you have a device that over shadows its predecessor completely.
Consumers in North America can now get their hands on the HTC One X+, a premium Android handset boasting awesome processing power and a hefty amount of internal storage.