On Wednesday, a leaked image revealing the HTC One X+ began making its way around the Internet. At the time, we had some specifications to go with it, but we couldn’t be certain whether they were accurate. Now we can — thanks to a leaked magazine from British carrier O2, which confirms the handset’s internals.
According to the advert, the HTC One X+ will come with 64GB of internal storage, an “amazing” 8-megapixel camera, a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, and Beats Audio technology built-in — as you’d expect from an HTC smartphone. What’s more, it will also ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean pre-installed.
The One X+ isn’t too different to the existing One X, then. But it does boast more storage, an ever so slightly faster processor (the One X has a 1.6GHz quad-core chip), and Jelly Bean, as opposed to Ice Cream Sandwich.
With regards to the design of the handset, well, the One X+ looks no different to the One X — at least from the front. However, if the leaked image below — obtained by Pocket-lint — is accurate, there will be some cosmetic changes to the back of the device.
O2 is advertising a prepay price of £479.99 (approx. $779), but the One X+ is likely to be free on some contracts here in the United Kingdom. In the United States, the One X+ is expected to arrive on T-Mobile.