A dramatic improvement in the middle of a product cycle? All companies try to cool it these days, even if they are at risk of fielding customers end up buying what they thought was going to be the flagship device of the year. HTC has really played this game for a while, first with the Sensation XE, which acted as a replacement part-time for the Sensation original and now, with the HTC One X+, which treads everywhere toes to HTC One X. However, with this latest phone, the manufacturer has made a justification: the HTC One X+ comes with 32 GB or 64 GB of internal memory, while the One X Global had a maximum of 32GB and version of AT & T only had 16 GB.
Since these phones do not have expansion card micro SD, it is possible to argue that the HTC One X+ is a major upgrade, which is designed specifically for real users, hungry for disk space and for music fans. Later we will UK review of HSPA+, which is the version for the UK and compared primarily with One X HSPA+.
There are other improvements as well as options for more space to store information, of course. NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, a jump in acceleration to reach 1.7 GHz, perhaps in an effort to challenge the state in the Galaxy S III market. A battery of 2,100 mAh Largest to stay at the same level with the new phone uses more power, the camera front module has been replaced with an embedded high resolution and better image processor, and there are also new circuits for audio to improve sound quality on the speakers.