The HTC One X+ has been leaked, and rumored for so long now, its gotta be on it's way to availability by now right? The One X+ is supposed to be a minor update to the successful HTC One X. According to an image obtained by GSMArena, it'll come with 64GB of Internal storage, a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 8MP rear-facing camera, ship with Android 4.1 - Jelly Bean, and come with the standard 25GB of free Dropbox storage.
Now what's interesting in this image, is that the One X+ is being priced at £479.99 on a pay-as-you-go plan. I guess we'll see when it hits O2's shelves soon right? Earlier this week the HTC One X+ was also leaked with some T-Mobile branding. If these are the specs coming to the international One X+, what will T-Mobile be getting? Hopefully the same specs, along with the same quad-core processor. Since T-Mobile doesn't have an LTE network, they can stick with quad-core unlike the other three major carriers.
You may also remember that yesterday O2 announced that they partnered with HTC to sell a device without a charger. That's crazy right? It makes you wonder if this is the HTC device they will be selling with a charger. If it is, it makes a bit more sense as to why it's on a "Pay-As-You-Go" plan.
Anyone in the UK interested in a HTC One X+? Or are you more interested in the upcoming Nexus devices, or the Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Hit up the comments and let us know.