The One X from HTC was quite a well-known and, with its quad-core processor and large display, made it an attractive preposition for consumers. However, HTC, within a year of the One X’s release, introduced an upgrade, the HTC One X+. HTC has done this practice for some time now, and so its not a surprise that HTC did the same for its flagship device.
HTC’s One X+ features mostly hardware upgrades that cannot be noticed from the exterior, such as a more powerful and robust Tegra 3 quad-core from Nvidia. Also, because of its lack of a microSD card slot, it is packed with, frankly, much more memory space than the average consumer would use, as it has 64GB of internal storage space. The latest Android operating system, Android 4.1/4.2 Jellybean, is also pre-installed as standard with the One X+.
The HTC One X+ design is almost exactly the same as its predecessor, the HTC One X, except that it is built with a one-piece plastic build, and, with the ”Carbon” material selected, gives it an expensive and sleek look.
Overall, the HTC One X+ is a very good phone, with its specifications, and thus is recommended for most consumers.
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