HTC today announced its latest handset that will soon be available on the market, the HTC One X+. As you might have guessed from its name, this is a follow up, or better yet, a souped up version of the previously released HTC One X. So how different is this handset is from its predecessor? For one, its processor is now a 1.7GHz Tegra 3 variant and its battery a larger 2,100 mAh pack. Other new features of the handset worth mentioning is the bigger 65GB expanded storage, and as mentioned Android Jelly Bean for its OS integrated with HTC Sense 4+. The HTC One X+ also boasts of a feature called “Tap and Go” which allows the handset to pair up with Beats-branded speakers. And while its camera remains as an 8MP rear-facing shooter with f/2.0 lens. As for the features that remained the same, these include, the 8MP rear-facing camera with f/2.0 lens, it now comes with two new shooting modes. These are Self Portrait and Sightseeing. HTC has also enabled its HTC Get Started service which will allow you to do the initial setup of the device from your desktop through one-click installation.
Sounds like a pretty capable handset, right? The HTC One X+ is scheduled for release sometime this month in Europe and Northern Asia. In November it will be released in South Asia. For you folks in the U.S., unfortunately HTC did not mention a release date yet.