Earlier this morning the folks from HTC announced an all new HTC One X+ smartphone -- at least on the inside. The new device is nearly identical to the AT&T version before it, only under the hood it has received a slew of enhancements to make it their new flagship device. After AT&T announced US exclusivity on the device, TELUS has confirmed it's coming to their network up in Canada.
In case you missed the earlier news, the HTC One X+ is the same on the outside as far as looks -- aside from a few color variations -- and under the hood is an all new beast. We now have a larger 2,100 mAh battery, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean instead of Ice Cream Sandwich, and of course the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor is now running at 1.7 GHz. Pretty fast right?
Yup, while the device isn't quite available yet we've already managed to get our hands on it. You'll be able to see more from our HTC One X+ hands-on. You'll still have the same impressive 4.7-inch SLCD2 1280 x 720p HD display, 1GB of RAM, and awesome 8 megapixel camera with HTC's Imagesense chip for enhanced photos.
Original leaks of the One X+ hinted towards a T-Mobile release, but today's news of AT&T being the exclusive carrier in the US has ruined a few T-Mo customers hopes and dreams. So far TELUS hasn't released any details on pricing or exact availability date, but we'll be seeing it sometime "this fall." Stay tuned!
[via Mobile Syrup]