The amount of high-quality Android-based devices coming out are really surprising me, with HTC unveiling yet another kick ass handset today, the One X+.
HTC's One X+ is a slight change to its predecessor unveiled at MWC in February, where it sports a 1.7GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC, larger 2,100mAh battery, 64GB of on-board storage, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with the company's Sense 4+ sprinkled on top.
We're looking at a 4.7-inch display, it can be tapped against another device to pair which HTC call "Tap and Go", a Beats-branded set of speakers, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with f/2.0 lens and ImageChip-assist has transitioned over to the One X+. The camera software has some new features: Self Portrait for a little retouching of front-facing self-shots, and Sightseeing which allows for a quick launch of the camera app itself.
We should see the One X+ arrive in Europe and Northern Asia this month, with South Asia following the next month. As for the rest of the world, and the US, well there's nothing concrete there yet unfortunately.