HTC One X+ specs leaked?

An XDA developer who revealed details about the HTC 'Accord' Windows Phone, has now tweeted purported specs of a HTC One X update known as the HTC One X+. In the tweet by @Football4PDA, he claims that the phone will be powered by a Tegra 3+ 1.6GHz quad-core / 1.7GHZ single core 32GB ROM, 1GB of RAM, and have 32GB storage. He also claims that it will keep the same 1800mAH battery and the device software will be Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with HTC's Sense 4.5.

Earlier today it was also revealed that HTC will be are likely be announcing three Windows phone 8 devices in New York on September 19th known as the 8X "Zenith", 8S "Accord", and 8V "Rio", to take on Nokia's new Lumia devices.

Source: @Football4PDA Twitter

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Skwerl said,
Yet another Android phone...with specs... *yawn*

I fail to see the point you're trying to make. Are you suggesting that they should keep the specs secret?

Skwerl said,
Yet another Android phone...with specs... *yawn*

Lots of people do want to know specs. Even if specs are becoming less and less relevant.

Skwerl said,
Yet another Android phone...with specs... *yawn*
You're right, but its still better than new iPhone case leaks...

Skwerl said,
Yet another Android phone...with specs... *yawn*

How dull, stop giving us spec upgrades, who'd ever want that. Bring me a phone that's magic /s

theyarecomingforyou said,

I fail to see the point you're trying to make. Are you suggesting that they should keep the specs secret?

My point is that they're really all starting to look and sound the same. I'm starting to gag every time I see that same old clock, too.
It would be like announcing that Dell has a Core i7 machine nearing production with a dark gray case (like all the others) and 8 gigs of RAM, and then show a picture of a monitor with the Windows 7 login screen.

Skwerl said,

My point is that they're really all starting to look and sound the same. I'm starting to gag every time I see that same old clock, too.
It would be like announcing that Dell has a Core i7 machine nearing production with a dark gray case (like all the others) and 8 gigs of RAM, and then show a picture of a monitor with the Windows 7 login screen.


LOL, dude, if you're tired of hearing about new tech being released then stop visiting tech news sites. I really don't understand your point. Are you suggesting that companies don't announce their new phones. Of course different companies are going to come out with phones with similar specs... They will release phones with specs as good as they can at the time.

Oh and btw, that clock is part of the HTC Sense UI. It's not an Android thing, its an HTC thing. If you're sick to the point of gagging at seeing it then you spend far too much time looking at HTC phones.

Skwerl said,
My point is that they're really all starting to look and sound the same. I'm starting to gag every time I see that same old clock, too.

And the various iPhone models don't look the same? And most Windows Phone handsets don't look the same? The Android market is incredibly diverse and offers something for everybody.

Do a lot of the phones look very similar? Absolutely, but then so do most monitors, keyboards and hamburgers - that doesn't mean there aren't worthwhile differences.

Skwerl said,
Yet another Android phone...with specs... *yawn*

Yup... can't wait for yet another IPhone....with specs....

-T- said,

How dull, stop giving us spec upgrades, who'd ever want that. Bring me a phone that's magic /s


Buy an iPhone

theyarecomingforyou said,

And the various iPhone models don't look the same? And most Windows Phone handsets don't look the same? The Android market is incredibly diverse and offers something for everybody.

Do a lot of the phones look very similar? Absolutely, but then so do most monitors, keyboards and hamburgers - that doesn't mean there aren't worthwhile differences.

The iPhones all look the same too, but there are generally some interesting new features added when they announce a new version. How about the Pureview camera in the new Nokia phones? That's something different and not just bland list of incremented specs.

Skwerl said,
How about the Pureview camera in the new Nokia phones? Thats something different and not just bland list of incremented specs.

Maybe because that would get no clicks seeing as nobody is buying into WP

HTC really needs to stop messing about with cheap batteries. I have the HTC Sensation and even with an after-market 1900mAh battery (the best I could find at the time) it doesn't last long enough during normal usage. When I'm away I usually carry a couple of spare batteries but with the One X you can't change the battery, so they really should have upped it to at least 2400mAh.

theyarecomingforyou said,
HTC really needs to stop messing about with cheap batteries. I have the HTC Sensation and even with an after-market 1900mAh battery (the best I could find at the time) it doesn't last long enough during normal usage. When I'm away I usually carry a couple of spare batteries but with the One X you can't change the battery, so they really should have upped it to at least 2400mAh.

I agree, I was a bit baffled that they didn't upgrade the battery on this.

theyarecomingforyou said,
HTC really needs to stop messing about with cheap batteries. I have the HTC Sensation and even with an after-market 1900mAh battery (the best I could find at the time) it doesn't last long enough during normal usage. When I'm away I usually carry a couple of spare batteries but with the One X you can't change the battery, so they really should have upped it to at least 2400mAh.

Battery tech hasnt moved at all lately. More mAh = bigger. Im personally running a Mugen 3900 in my GSII cause i found the stock 1850 lasts 6-8 hours on 4g.

Beyond Godlike said,
Battery tech hasnt moved at all lately. More mAh = bigger. Im personally running a Mugen 3900 in my GSII cause i found the stock 1850 lasts 6-8 hours on 4g.

The problem is that it negatively impacts customer satisfaction. Most people would rather have a slightly heavier/larger or slightly more expensive phone than to barely be able to make it a day without the battery dying.

theyarecomingforyou said,
HTC really needs to stop messing about with cheap batteries. I have the HTC Sensation and even with an after-market 1900mAh battery (the best I could find at the time) it doesn't last long enough during normal usage. When I'm away I usually carry a couple of spare batteries but with the One X you can't change the battery, so they really should have upped it to at least 2400mAh.

Although I agree, but I shut off 4G, only turn it on when I want to browse the Internet. It makes Battery Life worth wild. Especially since the phone always trys to find 4G.