HTC One X seems quite successful in drawing the attention of consumers with all its advantages. It therefore makes sense if HTC have released a successor to a similar but not the same – because the course has undergone various improvements both in terms of appearance and specifications. Series One X + is reportedly (still) is positioned to face the Samsung GALAXY S III.
From the design, One X + is actually not experienced many significant changes. Logged HTC just add a blue color on the back of this smartphone. The interface is also updated via HTC Sense v4 + so it would spoil your eyes. Moreover, this series is already using the latest version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean which of course will also offer a “taste” different from Ice Cream Sandwich.
Its performance is more robust thanks to the quad-core processor with Nvidia Tegra 3 AP37 chipset 1.7GHz. So what’s the difference with One X series? Performance One X + will be faster up to 67% compared to the older brother, the HTC claims. In addition, the One X + has also been equipped with 64GB of internal memory, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and 2100mAh large capacity battery to support usage.
4.7 inches screen HD 720p resolution Super LCD type 2 has been supported by glass Gorilla Glass 2. Excellence in the multimedia sector maintained by the presence of an 8MP camera on the back that has a 28mm aperture and D2.0 and 1.6MP on the front. Full HD 1080p video would have been able to produce. HTC also complements the camera by HTC ImageChip and BSI sensor.
Europe and North Asia for the coming HTC One X + first, followed by other regions including Southeast Asia next month.