Even though HTC is doing so well in the financial department, that's definitely not affecting the buzz of their upcoming devices. One such devices is the HTC One X+ which has had all sorts of rumors associated with it. A while back, we reported that it was legit and actually confirmed, but as far as specs, it was still a bit hazy other than it for sure featuring a quad-core processor.
Now it seems we're getting closer to figuring out what those specs are thanks to an XDA developer who tweeted out the supposed official specs. The HTC One X+ is 134.36 x 69.9 x 9.3mm, weighs 129 grams, will have a 1.6GHZ NVIDIA Tegra 3+ processor, 1GB RAM, 32GB of storage, and be running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with Sense 4.5 on top.
These specs are definitely close to what the actual device will have and good to see that it will have the next generation Tegra 3 processor. The Tegra 3+ also means better GPU performance to the tune of 25% faster. Before you know it, we'll be able to play PS3 or Xbox 360 quality games on our phones and tablets. While these specs aren't official, they should be taken lightly, however, these specs make a lot of sense.
Now, if we can just get a release date and with whom. Then we'll be set.