Flagship One phone gets minor upgrades
HTC recently introduced the One X+, an upgraded version of its best-selling Android phone, the One X, which arrived early in the year. The X+ now features a black housing rather than white, though the most important changes are on the inside—a quad-core Tegra 3 processor finally paired with LTE for US customers. Electronista checked out the new device at a MobileCon event ahead of its official launch at AT&T.
One VX, One X+ will be exclusive at AT&T in the US
AT&T has confirmed that it will soon offers its customers the just-introduced HTC One X+ and One VX smartphones. The former has been detailed so we'll focus on the latter, but both share many features, including 4G LTE network support and now, their exclusivity at AT&T. While the One X+ will get Android 4.1, however, the One VX makes do with Android 4.0.
Keeps physical design, changes internals
HTC has officially announced its follow-up to its well-received One X. Using the same physical design as its predecessor, the One X+ contains a number of improvements to its internals. The biggest change is the inclusion of a 1.7GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, matching details rumored earlier this month.
Quad-core smartphone to arrive in September
T-Mobile will reportedly be getting a new version of HTC's One X smartphone, the One X+. The news emerged today when TmoNews found mention of the device in a leaked internal document. The One X+ is said to be more powerful than the current variant, and it is slated for release later this fall.