The rumoured, but hitherto unseen HTC One X+ has been sighted on a leaked O2 brochure, confirming pay as you go price and a largely similar spec sheet as the original One X.
Uncovered by GSMArena, the catalogue reveals details of a slightly amped up version of HTC’s flagship Android kit, now rocking a 1.7GHz quad core chip, up from 1.5GHz on its older sibling. The internal storage, meanwhile, has been doubled from 32GB to a generous 64GB. Better yet, it comes with the latest Android Jelly Bean installed out of the box.
Although it’s not mentioned in the page, a longer-lasting battery and a so-called ‘ClearVoice’ technology that makes calls sound crisper, are also mooted to be on board. A pair of free urBeats earphones might be included too, though there’s no evidence yet to confirm if that’s really the case.
Everything else, including the appearance of the handset, is virtually identical. That means you get an eight-megapixel camera, Beats Audio support and 25GB of free cloud storage from Dropbox.
The pay as you go version will cost you £479.99 (with minimum £10 top-up). Contract prices are “coming soon”, most likely beginning of October. Keep ‘em peeled.