The HTC One X+ was announced right next to the HTC One VX and is pretty much the slightly improved version of the HTC One X. The most important upgrade is its LTE-compatible quad-core Tegra 3 processor, which is clocked at 1.7 GHz.
Needless to say that this processor makes the device scream, but it is not much faster than the One X. What does make the device a bit smoother is the inclusion of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. With project butter and that blazing fast processor, there is not much this phone can’t do.
One thing you might like about this version is that the design is more elegant. The AT&T HTC One X+ doesn’t come with the bright bright red camera outline and Beats logo the international version features. It also comes without those red lighted buttons and switched them to white. Aesthetics is a subjective topic so it is based on your preferences, but we happen to like a standard, elegant design more.
Check out the video and hit the comments with your opinion!
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