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HTC's just announced the One X+, its new high-end smartphone running upgraded One X-based internals. If you're looking for full specs, we've got 'em after the break.

  • 1.7 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 CPU
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 2100mAh battery
  • 64GB of internal storage in the UK, other markets may vary
  • 4.7-inch laminated SuperLCD2 display at 720p (1280x720) resolution with Gorllla Glass 2
  • Internal speaker with built-in amplifier
  • 8.0MP rear camera with BSI sensor, f/2.0 lens and HTC ImageSense
  • 1.6MP front-facing camera with HTC ImageSense
  • HSPA+ 42Mbps connectivity in Europe, LTE connectivity in the U.S.
  • Wifi, Bluetooth and NFC support
  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS with HTC Sense 4+
  • Size: 134.36 x 69.9 x 8.9mm
  • Weight: 135 grams with battery

More: HTC One X+ hands-on

 
There are 15 comments

G_The_One says:

Awesome that the battery has been increased. This is what HTC should have done in the first place.

Floss82 says:

+1

llyod says:

Just wish that the RAM is upgraded too, make it 2GB, as the Oprimus G and another version of SGS3 has already equipped with such specs. Talk about the battery, yes sounds better, but with that O.C cpu? hurmmm... cant wait for the review!

mp5wes says:

looks great but still no microsd slot? the built-in memory seems enough but my one issue about that is the transfer speed is slow on some phones

richardpandy says:

That's great and all but I just can't buy a phone anymore with only internal storage. Between my huge photo albums, tons of downloaded topographic maps and music collection, I need expandable memory. It was one of the biggest downsides to the iPhone and again, this. If its gonna be 128gb that's great, but I hardly see that happening.

wicketr says:

Most phones give you 8gb, with the ability to add a card. I have yet to find a microsd card that comes in sizes larger than 64gb, so the max you could get that route would likely be 72-80gb. So with that said, I have no problem with them locking in 64gb as the default size.

That's more than enough for 99.9% of the population.

richardpandy says:

64gb would be nice but I would still be wanting more then that. Not necessarily because I will need it all the time, but because I if I DO need it, I know I would have it. If I am in the backcountry by myself, I will have many things on my SDCard since it does get quite lonely out there. I rather have too much space than not enough space. I DO agree with you that it will fit probably 99% of the population though.

Cory S says:

So good to know it has WiFi, I was on the edge of my seat ;)

leonwangls says:

The battery is still too small. with web browsing thru out the whole day, The battery will last till mid day at most. That why samsung s3 extended battery is selling so well. just check xda. Samsung use the same 2100mah battery. HTC should have gone with a 3500mah at least . whats wrong with an extra mm in thickness if the phone will have enough power till the end of the day.

Synycalwon says:

The biggest spec for me is still a fail, the non-removable battery. I will NOT consider a phone with one (regardless of battery capacity) as I don't want to be tethered to a charge unless as a last resort. Instead, I prefer to keep a spare battery charged via an external charger and swap and go as needed. Otherwise, this is a great looking device. Too bad! :(

stangmatt66 says:

***Except in the US, where it will have a dual-core SnapDragon S4

diskoman69 says:

As far as the US is concerned this is yet another fail. Going exclusive with one carrier (AT&T in this case) is definitely the way of the past. Plenty of customers won't even take a look at just how good a handset this is because all of their buddies...even the ones on other carriers...are all rocking the same phones. This just puts them further behind Samsung (GS3 & GN2) and Apple. I'll be willing to bet that between LG and Sony at least one of them gets their flagship on multiple carriers in the US this fall. HTC is done here.

The one x+ isn't an AT&T exclusive at all, they are also offering it to T-Mobile, the same way they did with the previous model, HTC rarely releases their higher end phones on a single carrier.

scott4nola says:

I feel the same way. I cannot believe they only give you 11gb of useable storage. I will be getting the Note 2 for that reason. I was anxiously awaiting this phone and that just ruined it for me. Such a beast of a phone but also so limited. No wonder Samsung is kicking their butts.