HTC One X+ arrives at the FCC

If you were growing impatient about HTC’s One X+ smartphone landing at the FCC, despair no more: the moment we have all been waiting for is finally upon us.

HTC and their One X+ were given the green light by FCC just recently. This is a great accomplishment, since this model is a much better one than the original One X.

What the FCC did was to make it possible for the phone’s quad-core CPU to work with AT&T’s LTE connectivity. Major improvement right there. The fact that this finally happened goes to show that people who thought the smartphone would be available on T-Mobile instead were just plain wrong.

The specifications that the One X Plus is offering this time around are the following: a supposedly 4.7″ touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, a quad-core 1.7GHz processor, 32GB of internal storage, the Android 4.1 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, an 8-megapixel cam (that will sit on the phone’s rear), an 1800mAh battery and…that’s about it on the spec domain. There is no word yet on when this device will run the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS that is already sweeping the nation off their feet. Most likely this version will land on the handset before this year is through. Another offering that will leave future buyers with burning hands is LTE connectivity. This will, more than likely, add to the already very nice specifications we mentioned before.HTC-One-X-plus

Nvidia kept their promise when they said that they would release several smartphones with a quad-core CPU and the LTE technology till this year was over. Case in point: the new One X+.

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Which may not be as popular as other HTC smartphones (yet, there is plenty of time for that), the fact that it was cleared by FCC will no doubt make it ready to be sought after by many of the company’s fans. And why shouldn’t it? It has a nice design, great specs and promises a very good performance. Not many smartphones have such good premises.

Neither AT&T, nor HTC offered an exact official release date for the One X+. We should all have patience, though, as usual when it comes to these things. Because after FCC is done with their work, handset vendors announce more about their new smartphones. And let’s not forget that on the 19th of this month (so in little less than 1 week) the Taiwanese manufacturer has an event on its agenda.