Many people have been asking what the main differences are between the HTC One X and the new HTC One X+. There have been numerous leaks and photos published of what is said to be the One X+ and if these rumours are true then the new device will be a huge leap forward for HTC.
HTC One X+ vs HTC One X
Rumour has it that the HTC One X+ will come with the same 8 megapixel camera and that it will come with Sense 4.5. At the moment very little is known about the OS overlay, but the device will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.
The HTC One X has the 1.5GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor, while the newer model will come with the Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.7GHz quad core. Both of the devices have support for LTE. We are not sure what RAM the device will have, however it is hoped that it would have 2GB as the HTC One X has 1GB of RAM.
The memory of the HTC One X+ is said to be 64GB, which is an improvement over the 16GB in the One X. This would mean that the newer version would be more popular thanks to more internal storage.
There are rumours suggesting that the pixel density of the 4.7 inch screen on the One X+ will be higher than that of the HTC One X, however this is yet to be confirmed. Finally it is thought that the One X+ will be the same size as its older brother, if this is true, don’t expect a larger battery.
All in all the HTC One X+ looks set to be competition for the bevy of great devices already on the smartphone market. All we are waiting for now is the official announcement of the HTC One X+.