While some of T-Mobile’s customers may pine after the illustrious Apple iPhone, the carrier is starting to offer some worthy alternatives to the device and now the already leaked HTC One X+ specs have been confirmed to feature a quad core Tegra 3+.
Previously there was some debate whether the HTC One X+ would feature the new Nvidia quad core Tegra 3+ processor clocked at an impressive 1.7GHz, or be fitted with the upcoming quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor, but the Nvidia unit has been confirmed.
The handset is also set to feature a 1280 x 720 HD display of unknown size, and the device being tested was already running the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, which is good as the international and AT&T versions of the HTC One X are still using Ice Cream Sandwich software.
It has always been expected that the HTC One X+ would be arriving on T-Mobile; there are also rumours that the handset will also go under the name of HTC Evitaire and be finding its way onto rival carrier AT&T. What with the original Samsung Galaxy Note set to be released on the network coupled together with the upcoming HTC One X+, T-Mobile customers will have some great options this fall when it comes to buying a new smartphone.
Hopefully HTC will offer the One X+ with a powerful enough battery for that supercharged Nvidia processor, as we all know how certain HTC smartphones in the past have suffered from poor battery life, but they are not the only company to be guilty of this.
Will the HTC One X+ be a handset you would consider later this year?