Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC's recently launched handset "One X" impressed consumers with its quad-core processor and a set of other key features. Despite that, the handset didn't turn out to be a hit and it failed to touch the levels set by rival products like Samsung Galaxy S3.
The company might have had this thing in mind, and according to rumors, it has been planning to release yet another super phone that might be called "One X+".
Until now, very little information about the HTC One X+ has been revealed. But an XDA Developer forum member, with the Twitter handle @Football4PDA, seems to have some interesting details about the rumored handset.
The member took to his Twitter account Friday and posted some key information about the HTC One X+. According to him, the device would be powered by a Tegra 3+ quad-core processor clocked at 1.6GHz. It would have a 1.7GHz power-saving "companion core," a 1,800 mAh battery, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
Apart from that, the device was also said to feature Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, version 4.5 of HTC's Sense UI. It was expected to measure 134.36 x 69.9 x 9.3mm and weigh 129 grams.
This was not the first time that something related to the HTC One X+ had been leaked online. In July, the GLBenchmark site revealed a device named HTC One X+ and said that it would have a quad-core 1.7GHz Tegra 3 processor, Phonearena reported.
HTC is holding an event in New York City Sept. 19. Rumors are rife that the company is gearing up for some Windows 8 devices. However, if the reported HTC One X+ smartphone does exist, we can expect more information about the device at the event.