T-Mobile’s HTC One X+ delayed, could launch with bigger battery [RUMORS]

Some new rumors are surfacing regarding the HTC One X+. While most reports point to the device being identical in nearly every aspect (save for a faster processor) to the original, there are some whispers of the phone sporting a slightly thicker frame in order to make room for a larger battery. Regardless, HTCSource is reporting that T-Mobile’s version of the handset has been delayed, and no definitive launch date is known at this time.

A larger battery makes sense, and it would certainly help the One X+ compete against phones like the Motorola DROID RAZR Maxx HD, but it isn’t a given. What seems more certain is that the phone will launch with Jelly Bean and Sense 4.5, a new version of HTC’s custom interface that won’t include many major changes. An updated gallery app is expected. HTC has a press event coming up next week, so it’s possible we will get some fresh info on the handset. Phandroid will be there covering it love, so keep it tuned here.

[via HTCSource]

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  • aeok18109

    covering it love. lols. i might be tempted to launch sensation for this.. still debating…

  • Robert Jakiel

    Oh that would be SOOO damned nice. T-Mo U.S. getting a One X+ w/ a slightly larger battery. Please please please please… keeping fingers crossed. That would be fantastic. One X+, Optimus G and GNote II. Killer lineup of phones if that happens.

  • gun2hd

    Thinking out dropping my GN. Still need to see the next Nexus. I so want this phone.

  • ka1iban

    Thanks, love

  • Cloudscout

    I’m holding off until the HTC event next Wednesday. If they don’t have some kind of news about a One X for T-Mobile, I’ll have to just bite the bullet and buy a GS3.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

      I’m a wait for the G Note 2 T-mo’s is supposedly gonna have exynoooos!

      • Cloudscout

        I’m on the fence about the GN2. I love the specs but I don’t know that I need a 5.5″ screen. For me, that’s too small for tablet-type activities (like reading magazines or connecting to virtual desktop sessions) and it’s too large to be truly convenient. I think my needs would be better met with a phone like the GS3 or One X. When I need tablet functions, the Nexus 7 fits the bill.

  • warcaster

    I wonder if that’s because of the hype of RAZR HD MAXX and they wanted something more competitive in terms of battery (about time), or just because it actually *needs* that larger battery to have decent battery life. I’d be happy if it was the first case. Not so happy if the second.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

      Root and unload. Theres no reason why T-mobile would really needs a bigger battery because they are a HSPA+ network hence that battery life should be better than its LTE variants from the get go.

  • Paul Kirsch

    I wonder if I can rent this one to try out when it is available. The Beats audio tempts me. Gizmotakeout or renta cell, dont disappoint me

  • scoter man1

    Gimmie a 4000mah battery. I’ll be in heaven.

  • Fuzzypaw

    Give us a larger battery, 2 GB of ram, and the next iteration of Tegra :3

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

      All sounds good except forget about tegra

  • Caloy

    I’d get it if it will come with a bigger battery, expandable storage in addition to the faster CPU.

  • ReverseRoxas

    Just give it a bigger battery, Sense 4.1, and 2GB of RAM. That would be an great reason to add a plus to the name. Otherwise, seems it wouldn’t be that big and upgrade…

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jamille-Browne/1184321457 Jamille Browne

      Beside the fact that it runs on a HSPA+ network? I believe the plus refers to the Network more so than other things

  • Don Gemus

    I wanted the X+ for Christmas. Hope it isn’t pushed too far bag

  • http://twitter.com/laibacute laibacute

    i am waiting for new apps..

  • onebyone

    Hey Ryan does this work on Solavei since its on T-Mobile network?