By Sumit Passary | Sep 11, 2012 01:43 PM EDT
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has not officially announced the One X+, but details of its specifications have been leaked twice.
An XDA developer, in a Twitter feed, revealed the specifications of an HTC device purportedly named the One X+. According to the XDA developer, a Tegra 3+ AP37 1.6GHz quad-core processor/1.7GHz single-core with 1GB of RAM will power the device. Similar to the HTX One X, the One X+ will include 32GB of on-board storage and an 1800mAh battery will boost the smartphone. The handset will measure 134.36mm x 69.9mm x 9.3mm and weighs 129 grams. Android users will have ample reason to rejoice as the One X+ is expected to pack in the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
"Last month, a possible benchmark for the One X+ was discovered on NenaMark's website, leading many to believe HTC was about to announce a successor to their flagship One X smartphone," noted a TechRadar report.
HTC is holding an event on Sept. 19 in New York. Smartphone enthusiasts will be keen to discover a powerful device, courtesy HTC. However, with stiff competition in the smartphone world, HTC will have to wait and see if the new flagship model One X+ will live up to the consumer expectation.
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