HTC One X+ NenaMark2 benchmark results reveal handset specs
The HTC One X+ (HTC Era 42) details we’ve seen so far have been centered around rumors and speculation, but today we’re finally seeing some real evidence which gives us a little more insight into what HTC is planning for this upcoming flagship device.
New NenaMark2 benchmark results for the HTC PM63100 have surfaced on NenaMark’s website, revealing that the device is powered by NVIDIA’s new Tegra3+ chip clocked at 1.7GHz. The benchmark also confirms that the phone is running on Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) with a 1280 x 720 HD display. The 58.5 FPS NenaMark2 score is big jump from the 52FPS score of the current Tegra 3 powered HTC One X, but it’s only slightly better than the 57.6 scores we was on the Qualcomm S4 powered HTC One XL. Hopefully NVIDIA has found a way to make this new chip more powerful while conserving power.
The rumored September launch on T-Mobile is still a possibility, but it looks like the device would also be heading to AT&T. This new bit of information come from LandOfDroid which claims that the device is also going by the name of HTC Evitaire, though they fail to mention where these new details originate from.
So far, the HTC One X+ is shaping up to be one of the best phones for this fall. Hopefully it will launch on multiple carriers in the U.S. and make its way over to European countries as well.