Image of T-Mobile-branded HTC One X+ surfaces


We’ve heard plenty about the HTC One X+ over the past couple months. The phone is slated to be an upgraded version of the original One X with such enhanced features as an upgraded processor and HTC Sense 4.5. Now the evleaks Twitter has provided us with a look at the device with T-Mobile branding. The image doesn’t come with any big reveals, but does show that the phone indeed mirrors the original One X in terms of design.

We still have no word on a launch date, and the latest rumors have the phone delayed, perhaps indefinitely (at least for TMo). There is a chance T-Mobile has cancelled plans for the device entirely, but given that a branded version exists it seems more likely that the carrier at the very least is still entertaining the idea.

[via TMoNews]

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  1. Still saving my upgrade for T-Mo’s LTE network.

    1. You will probably be eligible for another upgrade by the time they have a solid LTE roll out started.

      1. If they’re trying to get it up and running next year (and I’ve heard I’m in a market that’s up for one of the first rounds) I don’t think that would be true.

    2. Even if it’s up and running in early 2013, it would probably not be stable and fully functional until probably late 2013 or early 2014… just get an upgrade already, lol.
      Also, T-Mobile’s HSPA+ is not too shabby as long as your new phone supports 21 or 42 Mbps and of course if you are under the coverage area.

      1. Sooo, it would be up and running well before I’d be due for an upgrade. Whereas, right now, I have a device that already maxes out what is available to me because Tmo decided to stop HSPA+ upgrades in my area so they could concentrate on getting the LTE network going instead. Like I said, I’ll save my upgrade for the LTE network in the coming year.

  2. Too late. Already got the Galaxy S III.

  3. This is going to make even more confusion (and bricked phones) over at XDA. Lol.

  4. hey another HTC phone looking like all the other HTC phones over the past 3 years. BOOORING.

    1. Obviously an apple lover. At least Apple changed everything on the 4 and 5

  5. This will probably be an LTE ready device something that is smart to prepare for, AT&T & Verizon had no LTE devices in the field when the market opened so you had to buy a new phone. TMO in typical fashion is setting their customers up early with LTE ready phones. Reason #fivedy billion why I’m switching to them

    1. I’ll bet that this isn’t a LTE ready device, unfortunately.

    2. hspa+ 42 is pretty comparable to LTE networks out there now. When T-Mobile releases LTE it’ll be LTE-advanced something better than everything else.


    1. Depends on where you’re at…where Im at I get faster speeds on tmo than my work phone on vzw lte, or my buddys phone on vzw.

  7. Why r they still going with this button layout. It only works if they r onscreen buttons so the menu button can be added to apps that havnt put an onscreen menu button yet. I hope that made sense.

    1. The new Sense update makes it so that you can change the Multitask button to a Menu button and make holding down the Home button the new way to multitask.

  8. hoping for removable battery

  9. Not enough ram, not enough storage, no removable battery or sdcard, and as someone else noted the button layout sucks.

  10. i have the HTC one s limited edition (black) which looks VERY VERY similar to that phone… i though it was my phone for a sec…i been wait for soo long for the HTC one X+ i hope it comes out very soon!

    1. Thought i was a black one s for a second too..

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