HTC One X+ Officially Announced, Runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Out Of The Box
HTC One X+ was officially announced today, the samrtphone model that made the headlines after its technical specifications leaked online. The new terminal of the Taiwan-based phone maker is an upgrade of the One X.
Therefore, we are dealing with a terminal that is comes pre-loaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and is powered by a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.7 GHz. HTC One X+ has 64 GB of internal storage.
HTC One X+ will be released on the European and Asian markets this month, and the smartphone comes with HTC Sense 4+ user interface and Beats Audio technology.
The technical specifications of the HTC One X+ include the aforementioned processor a Tegra 3 AP37 at 1.7 GHz and LTE connectivity, that provides 67% more speed than HTC One X LTE.
Moreover, the new model also brings a better battery, a 2,100 mAh unit, which is set to increase the terminal’s autonomy with 50% (6 hours).
Besides the hardware upgrades, HTC One X+ also boasts new features like, Autoportret, used for the front camera. This feature allows to user to take high quality pictures with the front camera, courtesy a technology that intuitively detects the human face from different angles angles and capable of subtly retouching the eyes, for example.
The Gallery app now has two modes for displaying the photos and videos, which are grouped depending on the location and the date where there were taken.
HTC One X+ is 8.9 mm thick, weighs in 135 grams and comes with a 4.7-inch Super LCD 2 display with HD resolution and Gorilla Glass 2 protection. The device packs 1 GB of RAM. On the back of the unibody case lays an 8 megapxiel camera with LED flash, BSI sensor, 1080p video recording and ImageChip technology.
HTC One X+ sports the Smart Flash feature, with up to 5 automatic intensity levels for the LED flash, depending on distance and light conditions. Now all we have to do is wait until we get our hands on the new comer and compare it with HTC One X.