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HTC Source | February 19, 2018

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New details of the upcoming HTC One X+ specs revealed

New details of the upcoming HTC One X+ specs revealed

It’s been a while since we last heard any news about the upcoming HTC One X+ (HTC Era 42). Today, @Football4PDA revealed some new specs which give us hope that the handset’s launch may be right around the corner. The HTC One X+ is said to measure 134.36 x 69.9 x 9.3, nearly identical to the original HTC One X save for an extra .4mm in thickness. The HTC One X+ will be powered by a 4-PLUS-1 NVIDIA  Tegra 3 Plus AP37 1.6GHz quad-core processor paired with a single-core 1.7GHz with 1GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The GLBenchmark scores from August did confirm that the device features a 1280×720 display and packs some serious performance under the hood.

On the software side, the HTC One X+ will be running Android 4.1 with HTC Sense 4.5. Some were hoping that the phone would launch on T-Mobile as a G series device with stock Android, but it looks like that’s not going to happen.

The launch date of the HTC one X+ is still up in the air, but we’re still hoping it could make an appearance at HTC’s press event scheduled for September 19th.

Source: Twitter Via: Engadget

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.


  1. Ayyub

    do you think android 4.1 and htc sense 4.5 will be released for HTC one x (tegra 3) at the same time?

  2. someone not posting retarded clickbait

    Clickbait, these specs are made up. There’s no point in a 1.7 GHz “companion core” that’s actually faster than any of the other cores.

    Please try using your brain before you post obvious bullshit, otherwise you look like you’re just looking for ad revenue at all costs.

    • Darkseider

      Actually a higher clocked companion core makes sense. Seeing that the companion core is designed and made using low power transistors, clocking it slightly higher than the 4 main cores is an excellent thought. If you can keep most of the phones processes on this low power core even at 1.7 Ghz it will use far less power than any of the 4 main cores if they were to fire up.

  3. is there any new pics? i phone 5 is now on the market and htc must answer this…