Many people have been eagerly anticipating the launch of the HTC One X+. The device was originally set to be released on the 22nd of October, but it turns out that this has now been delayed until the 30th. Therefore, those who have been eager to get their hands on the device will have to wait just a little longer.
The Taiwanese manufacturer has seen some success with its current Android flagship the HTC One X. It has proved to be a popular choice after its launch earlier this year, and remains one of the most impressive smartphones on the market. However, the popularity of devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 4S have been detrimental to sales and devices like the One X. However, with the launch of the HTC One X+ coming up, we are likely to see a boost to the appeal of the One X. Get the latest HTC One X+ News on our website.
The HTC One X+ will see a few upgraded features compared to the original. It will keep a number of key features like its 4.7 inch high definition display, Beats Audio and 8 megapixel camera. The casing of the device will be given a black and red makeover in a similar fashion to the HTC Sensation XE, and the processor will be upgraded to a 1.7 GHz quad-core offering for enhanced performance. Internal storage will go from 32 GB to a massive 64 GB, and the current Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS will be replaced with the latest Jellybean 4.1 version.
It is still unclear what the exact reasons for the delay in the launch of the HTC One X+ are. A prominent UK retailer has simply stated that it has been unable to get the stock delivered on time.
As well as the upcoming HTC One X+, look out for the HTC 8X and HTC 8S. These devices are due to be launched soon, to showcase the latest Windows Phone 8 operating system.