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Rumoured HTC One X+ – what you need to know

Details of the rumoured HTC One X+ have surfaced courtesy of mobile phone and broadband provider O2.

The speculated arrival of the hotly-anticipated One X+ seems to have been confirmed, following its appearance in the latest O2 catalogue.

A significant improvement on the One X and bringing some pretty awesome specs to the table, the newest addition to HTC’s One series can’t come soon enough – especially for HTC.

The Taiwanese manufacturer has had a pretty torrid few months, with poor sales and tumbling shares. So can the One X+ pump in some much-needed life?

HTC One X+ specs

With a 1.7GHz quad-core processor – up 0.2GHz from its predecessor – the One X+ promises to be one of the most powerful, smartphones around.

It is not just power that has been given a boost, but also storage. According to the promotional material from O2, HTC has packed an impressive 64GB of internal storage into the One X+, putting it on a level with the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3.

The cutting-edge rumoured new release is said to arrive pre-loaded with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and because HTC is prolonging its partnership with Dropbox, customers will be treated to 25GB of free cloud storage.

O2 hasn’t given too much away, but it is reported that the X+ will also feature an 8MP primary camera, akin to that of the original HTC One.

HTC One X+ release date

Unfortunately, O2 kept quiet with regards to a release date, leaving fandroids hanging by simply stating the One X+ is “coming soon”.

Although the mobile provider remained mute on such matters, the catalogue did unveil a price: the “Pay and Go” (PAYG) option, otherwise known as SIM-free, will set customers back £479.99.

Considering that a 64GB iPhone 5 costs a hefty £700, the HTC One X+ is a comparatively good deal – if it ever sees the light of day, that is.

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