By Stephen Schenck | September 27, 2012 3:03 PM
It was only yesterday that we got (what appears to be, at least) our first real look at the HTC One X+. As we await official confirmation of the handset, the phone’s showing up again today, this time in some printed material from UK carrier O2.
This find also gives us what look like the official specs for the Android, which includes doubling the original One X’s flash storage up to 64GB. If that’s still not enough for you, there’s the same 25GB Dropbox promotion offered with the first One X. Obviously, there’s also the new, faster processor here, ostensibly the whole reason for releasing this updated model in the first place. The eight megapixel main camera stays the same, but this One-series handset will arrive running Jelly Bean out of the box.
It’s not mentioned here, but we wonder if this might be the first HTC phone that O2 will be selling with no bundled charger. We heard that a future headlining HTC phone would be distributed through the carrier with such an arrangement, but have been in the dark as to the specific model involved.
Source: GSM Arena