HTC One X+ Passes Through FCC Gates; Heads for AT &T

September 14, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We had earlier reported about the revised model of the HTC One X, christened HTC One X+. And, now the latest information says that One X+ has passed through the FCC gates sporting the model number PM63100.

The device is on its way to AT& T network, and that means it will have both 4G LTE and a quad-core processor on board when it arrives.

At present, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the only device that features quad-core processor  and 4G LTE in the US. The AT&T’s 4G LTE network would allow the device works 10 times faster than normal 3G.

The device will include a 1.6 GHZ quad core processor, a 1.7 GHz single core and 1 GB of RAM. It promises an 1,800 mAh battery along with a 32 GB of storage space.

Rumors suggest that the HTC One X+ will run Google’s new mobile Operating System Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and also have HTC Sense 4.5 on board.

HTC One X+ is almost similar in size to its predecessor, but it’s also rumored to weigh 129 grams. We hope the device may come up with a HD display, though the size is unknown.

AT&T is the carrier for HTC One X+, but in addition to AT&T, it’s also rumored to be coming to T-Mobile network.

The device is expected to be unveiled at an event scheduled for September 19th and no doubt it will face high competition from Apple iPhone5 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

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