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September 28, 2012

HTC One X+ show up on O2’s catalog

Apparently, there might be some truth behind the rumors of a revamped version of HTC’s quad-core flagship device called HTC One X+ as proven by this leaked image of O2’s brochure.

The HTC One X+ will come with a bigger built-in storage (64GB) and a faster quad-core processor (1.7GHz) than the previous model. Oh and the new phone comes pre-installed with Android Jelly bean right of the bat.

It was not mentioned on the catalog if this new phone supports storage expansion via micro-SD, but there’s a high probability that it will not. As a consolation, buyers will get a 25GB free storage with Dropbox. The battery capacity was also not highlighted, which leads us to think that the One X+ will still have the lousy and non-replaceable battery of its predecessor. Speculations also points to this direction, but we’re hoping that the Taiwanese company has already learned a thing or two about batteries.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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