HTC may have been quiet over the past few weeks of big manufacturer announcements, but it’s reportedly working on a device aimed at putting everything else to shame. We’ve heard numerous shouts about the One X+, but everything up to this point has merely been snippets of info: benchmarks here, possibly carrier confirmation there. But now we have what are claimed to be the device’s full specs. And it sounds like a doozy.
According to one XDA developer, the device is bounding ahead of the spate of premium Android handsets, including the Galaxy S III. Specs reportedly include a Tegra 3+ AP37 1.6GHz quad-core processor flanked by another 1.7GHz single-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of on-board storage and the same 1,800mAh battery found in the original One X. Additionally, it’ll arrive with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean skinned with Sense 4.5.
This is the same source that unveiled the HTC Accord, or 8X, which we saw earlier today. HTC has an event coming up on Sept. 19, so we expect to hear more information about the One X+ then, and hope to get a better idea of how it’ll stack up against the competition. If HTC can get this out before the busy holiday season, it’ll definitely be one to watch out for.