Aaand itâ€™s official!
The HTC One X+, the companyâ€™s first Jelly Bean-powered â€˜droid, has just been launched, booting out the HTC One X as king of the HTC Android empire.
Aside from OS, what else is new on the HTC One X+?
Well, for starters, the HTC One X+ runs on a faster 1.7GHz Tegra 3 quad-core processor. Next, it has a better 1.6-megapixel front-facing cam, sports LTE connectivity, and last but certainly not the least, has a juicier 2100mAh to power this â€˜droid while on the go.
Oh, and before I forget, this bad boy is also PlayStation Certified. Meaning, you can download and enjoy made-for-Android PlayStation games on this particular HTC â€˜droid.
The rest of its specs – including but not limited to the 8-megpiaxel main cam around the back, 1GB of RAM, 4.7-inch Super LCD 2 touchscreen and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity – are the same as that of its flagship predecessor. Check it out here.
No word on Philippine availability yet, but it is scheduled to begin rolling out this month. Guestimate price? If the pricing of the One X is any indication of how much thisâ€™ll cost, I reckon the HTC One X+ will debut with a price tag around the Php35K mark.
Anyway, we’ll have more on this once we confirm its Philippine release.
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