The One X seems all set to join its sibling, the One S at T-Mobile as the rumor mills suggest that the former will shortly make its debut through the carrier as the HTC One X+. The extra ‘+’ in the name could either be referring to its HSPA+ network support or the Tegra 3+ processor.
The guys over at TmoNews who had mistaken the leaked Era for the T-Mobile G3, have found out that its actually the quad core powered One X. Taylor from Androidandme has confirmed that the phone will be giving the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor a miss for the Tegra 3+. So far, AT&T was the only carrier in the US to stock up on this flagship HTC device, but looks like T-Mobile will steal the show, with Nvidia’s quad core processor in tow. This smartphone was first speculated to be picked up by T-Mobile, back in February.
For refresher’s sake, the 4.7-inch 720p HD screen of this device is coated with Corning Gorilla Glass for withstanding scratches and features a touch layer and a laminated cover to cut back on reflection. The Ice Cream Sandwich-based phone is deployed with HTC Sense 4.0 and boasts of integrating Beats Audio and ImageSense technology. An 8MP camera graces its rear panel, while a front-mounted snapper facilitates video conferencing on the move.
The T-Mobile HTC One X+ price is not known and it is expected to be released in September this year. There hasn’t been an official announcement yet and the service provider as well as the manufacturer choose to stay mum, as of now.