FCC filing shows AT&T LTE support for Tegra 3-powered HTC One X+


We’ve heard plenty about a potential HTC One X+ to the point that there is no doubt the device exists. Further proof comes in the form of an FCC filing, though few details are provided about the handset. Rumor has the phone shipping with an upgraded Tegra 3 chipset clocked up to 1.7GHz, and if that holds true it will be the first version of the device in the US to feature both a quad-core processor and 4G LTE.

Just about the only thing to be gleaned from the FCC report is that the phone carries LTE support for AT&T bands 4 and 17 as well as bands 2 and 5. We’ve heard that Tegra 3-powered devices with LTE would launch before the end of the year, and it looks like the One X+ is right on track.

[FCC via Engadget]

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  1. Does this work on T-Mobile AWS band?

  2. Nope… 2G/3G only. Page 5 of this document shows the antenna freq. supported… hrmmph.


  3. Evo+ Coming soon?

  4. S4 quad core or nothing HTC. go back to the drawing board.

  5. The test documentation lists quite clearly which technologies and frequencies it supports. Here is what this particular model has:

    GSM850 – 824MHz to 849MHz
    GSM1900 – 1850MHz to 1910MHz
    WCDMA Band II – 1850MHz to 1910MHz
    WCDMA Band V – 824MHz to 849MHz
    LTE Band 2 – 1850MHz to 1910MHz
    LTE Band 4 – 1710MHz to 1755MHz
    LTE Band 5 – 824MHz to 849MHz
    LTE Band 17 – 704MHz to 716MHz
    WiFi b/g/n – 2400MHz to 2483.5MHz
    WiFi a/n – 5150MHz to 5350MHz, 5470MHz to 5725MHz, 5725MHz to 5850MHz
    Bluetooth 4.0 EDR – 2400MHz to 2483.5MHz
    Sadly, none of those include T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network which would be listed as WCDMA Band IV. This is quite clearly an AT&T phone which means T-Mobile customers still have a while to wait to get a decent Android device without getting stuck with a PenTile matrix screen.

  6. Isn’t the S4 pro around the corner? Why wouldn’t they just wait a month or three n release that.

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