HTC One X9 leaks
Like a bigger One A9.
In the market for a phone that gives you extra? Look no further. The HTC One X+ teams the One Series hallmark design and stellar sound quality with longer battery life, better performance and masses of internal storage. It really has got the lot.
Like all Android phones, the One X+ is fantastic for apps and games. But because this kit is powered by the up to the minute Jelly Bean version of Android, you get the very latest features too.
Not least is the brilliant, intelligent search function Google Now. This learns your habits and uses your location to serve up reminders, potential routes for you to follow on your way to work and other useful information. It's so good that it's just like having a personal assistant in your pocket.
We also think you'll also love what the One X+ packs under the bonnet. Thanks to its supremely powerful 1.7 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 AP37 processor, this is a phone that's built for speed - enabling you to get all your favourite features faster and multi-task with ease.
But all that power must make it battery-hungry too, right? Not at all. That's because HTC has equipped the One X+ with a 2100 mAh battery, giving you up to 50 per cent (6 hours) more talk time than the original One X. And of course it means you can enjoy your music, stream videos and surf the web for longer too!
HTC One phones never disappoint in the camera department. The One X+ certainly doesn't. With an eight megapixel snapper on board with an array of photo effects, you can expect impressive images every time. What's more, the handy Sightseeing mode lets you fire up the camera app instantly by pressing the power button - bypassing the lock screen. You'll never have to miss a shot again.
Other features of the One X+ include a massive 64GB of internal storage, a 4.7" Super LCD2 display 720p resolution, built-in Google apps and the latest version of HTC's Sense custom skin.
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