Announced yesterday, the HTC One X+ smartphone runs on a 1.7 GHz Tegra 3 processor and flaunts a 4.7" Super LCD 2 screen. And, guess what? We had a quick go with it yesterday afternoon.
HTC One X+
The HTC One X+ is housed in a black monoblock casing with no visible joins. HTC's Sense interface for Android is obviously present, but in an updated version for this new handset, called Sense+. Notable new features include a Best Deals app that you can see on the homescreen below.
As the name suggests, Best Deals offers users access to promotions, discounts and coupons tailored to their own specific interests. HTC assures us they've already signed agreements with plenty of partners to keep the app well-stocked.
The HTC One X+ will ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
The two red highlights on the back of the One X+ outline the 8-Megapixel camera (which promises a new and improved image processing system for photos) and the Beats Audio logo.
Above, you can see an original HTC One X (left) next to the new One X+ (right). As you can see, there isn't much difference in appearance between the two handsets.
Our first impressions of the One X+ were good, but we only managed to test it for a few short minutes. Hopefully well be able to lure it into our test lab soon for a more thorough going-over.
The HTC One X+ is due for release in October.
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