We spent a bit of time with one of the latest HTC flagship smartphones headed to AT&T last night, the One X+. It sports a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor with 4G LTE support (a first in the United States), Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Sense 4+, Beats Audio, an 8-megapixel camera and 64GB of storage. Unfortunately, like the original One X, you can’t expand that storage with a microSD card, but it should be plenty of space for most users.
AT&T didn’t provide pricing for the device yet, but we were blown away by how quickly it navigated through menus and applications during our brief time with the device. We kind of wish HTC changed up the industrial design a little bit, or launched an exclusive color, so people would more easily know that this is more powerful than the One X, but it’s tough to mess with success.