The long-rumored HTC One X+ has been slightly detailed before, but one person has decided to tweet the specs he believes the device will have.
The person who tweeted the specs is an XDA developer, and he’s the same developer who gave everyone the rundown on the Windows-enabled HTC Accord before it launched.
According to him, the HTC One X+ will sport a Tegra 3+ and 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and HTC Sense 4.5 on top of Android 4.1. It’s sounding more and more like the phone we expect it to be, but it’s always imperative to remember that these specs are unconfirmed.
Should such a phone release without these exact specs don’t go reaching for the pitchforks the first chance you get. Otherwise, I’d say this doesn’t sound too far from what we’re all expecting to see from this beast. [Twitter via Engadget]
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