By Stephen Schenck | September 26, 2012 11:37 AM
We’ve been hearing rumors for a while now about a refreshed version of HTC’s One X Android, arriving as the One X +. There have been leaked specs, and sightings of the hardware passing through the FCC, but we had yet to get a good look at the handset. Today, a new image arrives purporting to show the One X+ in the flesh.
As shouldn’t be much of a surprise, this supposed One X+ looks just like a regular-old One X. In fact, if you didn’t know where this pic came from, you might be forgiven for mistaking it for its predecessor. Astute smartphone fans will remember that the original One X only came to the States on AT&T, not T-Mobile, so the presence of the latter’s carrier badging clearly indicates this is something new.
The main draw of the One X+ is the rumored quad-core Tegra 3+ AP37 SoC running at 1.6GHz (1.7GHz peak). That will allow the phone to offer a quad-core experience while simultaneously pulling down LTE 4G data. It will supposedly arrive running Jelly Bean coupled with Sense 4.5.