HTC One X Plus benchmarked with 1.7Ghz quad-core Tegra 3

Added on August 5, 2012

Category: Android News

HTC Era 42 confirmed by TmoNews as the  HTC One X Plus (PM63100) still holds the mystery of whether it is heading to T-Mobile or AT&T but one thing is clear, this device is definitely going to be a monster even though we are still keeping our fingers crossed about the battery life.

Easily one of the fastest phones that will be releasing at the time, HTC One+ Plus will pack in a powerful a 1.7Ghz Quad-Core Tegra 3 chipset and will be running on Jelly Bean v4.1.1. The exact resolution of the device is reported at 1280×720, which is as good as it gets when it comes to smartphones. HTC made it clear with the One X that they mean business when it comes to screen quality and ease of use.

The device has already made its way to NenaMark’s benchmarking website and is featured as ‘HTC PM63100′. There is not  a lot more known about this device yet, but time will make things clearer. Whatever the case, it seems like HTC is planning to make this the phone of the year but only time will tell if it will be able to topple over the likes of Galaxy S III and iPhone 5.




Source: NenaMark

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