HTC One X is scheduled to get an upgrade in the form of HTC One X+ according to the leaked images which surfaced online. HTC One X will be followed by a revamped version of the smartphone featuring some updates in the hardware as well as the software. HTC One X was released by the the Taiwanese company in May, 2012.
The leaked image appears to be the taken from a brochure for UK network O2. The phone has a bubble with the words ‘coming soon’ written above it, but no fixed release date is mentioned in the leaked image. HTC One X+ was placed at a price of £479.99 in the brochure with an option of ‘Pay and Go’ which might mean a SIM free option could be available.
HTC One X+ features two major changes, the first one is the quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor which operates at 1.7Ghz when compared to the speed of 1.5Ghz of the processor of HTC One X. The second big change will be the upgrade in the operating system, HTC One X+ will come with Android Jelly Bean factory installed rather than Ice Cream Sandwich installed on present HTC One X smartphone.
In addition to the above upgrades, an increase to 64GB of internal storage is also listed, along with HTC’s resident feature of Beats Audio and 25GB of free Dropbox space and an 8-megapixel camera. The catalogue of the O2 also shows that the screen will remain the same at 4.7-inch, HD display might be similar to HTC One X.
With HTC yet to make One X+ official, O2′s leaked image will either work in the favour of the Taiwanese company or ruin the surprise for HTC One X fans. HTC had just released two HTC Windows phones, HTC 8X and HTC 8S, which will go on sale in November.