Quite often, manufacturers create different variants of their devices, each a little bit different for each different carrier. The HTC One X debuted recently with it's dual core processor, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and Beats Audio on AT&T. We've yet to hear any information regarding sales of the phone as it hasn't been too long since it launched, but either way, the company is bringing a similar phone to T-Mobile.
The HTC One X+ is excepted to make its way to T-Mobile in September and will basically be a more powerful sibling. There's not a whole lot of information on the smartphone right now except for the fact that it will be packing a 1.7GHZ NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, the fastest currently available. Great news for T-Mobile customers, but one can't help but wonder how AT&T customers with the One X will feel.
Here you buy a phone that is nicely powered and great and all, then a few months later something even faster comes out. That's technology in a nutshell. The minute you buy something it's close to obsolete. We'll for sure hear more information on the phone as far as specs and pricing is concerned as we get closer to September. In the meantime, if you're a T-Mobile customer and looking at picking up a new phone in the near future, this is the one to look out for.