AT&T to release HTC One X plus LTE; coming with Tegra 3 Processor
It has only been a few hours since the HTC announced its latest Android smartphone HTC One X+, but it didn’t stop the AT&T to announce the US version of the device even though we thought it would take some days. US version of the HTC One X plus will be exclusively available from AT&T. AT&T will also be offering a mid-range HTC One VX.
Interestingly, the HTC One X+ is coming with exact hardware specifications in addition to LTE support. Due to lack of support for LTE, US version of HTC One X was launched with Snapdragon S4 processor under the hood instead of Tegra 3 processor found in international version, but this time HTC has managed to bring the One X plus with LTE support, retaining the Tegra 3 1.7GHz processor.
The HTC One X+ will be the first Android 4.1 Jelly Bean LTE smartphone with Tegra 3 processor to be released for AT&T. HTC has also addressed some bugs that HTC One X had by adding a 2100mAh batter. HTC says that the battery will offer up to 6 more hours of talk time. The HTC One X+ LTE will come standard with 64GB of built-in storage.
Software side, the device will be running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean right out of the box with HTC Sense 4+ atop of that. The device is coming with front-facing camera enhancements and ability to launch the main camera with one click of power button.
AT&T HTC One X+ release date is not set but expected to be available soon from AT&T. Unfortunately, pricing is also yet to be announced. You can read more details on the new HTC One X plus smartphone here.