We’ve heard that T-Mobile will offer the HTC One X+ in the U.S. but what about Europe? As far as UK is concerned, it seems that O2 will be the first carrier in the country to launch the updated version of One X, with the smartphone already earning a spot in a (leaked) brochure. Yup, we think the One X+ will be unveiled soon. Just how soon – we’re not sure, but I’m guessing both HTC and O2 want to take advantage of the upcoming holiday shopping season. The mentioned brochure also says that O2 will ask 479.99 GBP for the unlocked phone.
Again, the HTC One X+ is a faster version of the One X, boasting a quad-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz, 64GB of built-in storage, while Android 4.1 Jelly Bean runs the show out of box.