By Anton D. Nagy | September 15, 2012 3:46 AM
The HTC One X+, the phone which could close the gap between the Taiwanese manufacturer and Samsung, was nowhere to be seen at IFA even though many (including myself) wished we’ve seen it. Instead, HTC is holding a September 19 event but we really have no clue whether we’ll see the One X+, Windows Phones, tablets or any of the aforementioned combined.
There were lots of rumors about the One X follow-up, some even describing specifications, but it seems like the phone paid a visit to FCC, showing off its AT&T LTE compatible bands. According to rumors, LTE will not be the only spec bump: there’s allegedly a faster processor inside and a brand new HTC Sense. Will you be upgrading to the One X+, whenever (if) it gets announced? Oh, and fingers crossed HTC manages to optimize the stock software (and camera) because this phone, at least on paper, has every chance of being a close-to-perfect device!