HTC One X+ picture reveals T-Mobile branding - HTC Source
It’s no secret that HTC has been working on the HTC One X+ with an upgraded NVIDIA Tegra 3 Plus chip. There’s been evidence that T-Mobile was testing the HTC One X+ and even featured it on its fall roadmap as the HTC Era 42, and now we have a picture which shows off the new device featuring T-Mobile’s logo right above the display.
What we don’t know is if the T-Mobile HTC One X+ will ever be released to consumers. Multiple sources claim that the device has been cancelled or put on the back burner due to testing issues. Our own source claims that the T-Mobile HTC One X+ has been delayed. So what does the newly leaked image of the T-Mobile HTC One X+ actually reveal? The image confirms that T-Mobile was working with HTC to launch the HTC One X+ and that a black device may have been the color of choice. Beyond that, the image is completely useless since we’ve known for a while that the device would look identical to the HTC One X.
It’s not often that a service provider like T-Mobile goes through the hassle of testing a new phone simply to cancel the project due to testing issues. TmoNews suggests that T-Mobile may have canceled the launch of the HTC One X+ to focus on a yet-to-be-announced handset. If you asked us, the only upcoming devices worthy of shelving the HTC One X+ for would be the HTC DROID Incredible X or Google Nexus 5.