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TELUS has just confirmed with us that they'll be offering the HTC One X+, though they remained skittish on pricing or timing details. They acknowledged the launch would be happening in the fall, though it's unclear if they were simply referring to when the device would be making its inaugural debut in Europe. 

In any case, have you seen this thing? Sure, it's not a major leap from the original One X, but that predecessor was already really great, and it's looking like it will raise the bar even further. The One X Plus will  boast a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, keep the same 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 display, and has an 8 megapixel camera on the back. Best of all, the One X+ is packing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean right out of the box. 

I'm still waiting to hear back from Rogers or Bell to see if either one will be offering the One X+ as well or if they'll pick up the One VX. Update: Two big fat "no comment" replies from Bell and Rogers. 

 
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64GB internal storage is nice but I'm on the fence regarding non-removable batteries... in a holding pattern until I see HTC's 5" 1080 beast of a Nexus (I HOPE!) in November.

JackGreen83 says:

Samsung has found a way to sell the same phone on every carrier, and if HTC wants to make a successful halo device they will have to start doing the same. Exclusive agreements and no marketing is not good enough.

Any word on if they are getting the device with the white accents or the red? The black does not look good.