Sep 13 AT 12:41 PM Nick Gray 31 Comments

FCC documents show off HTC One X+ with AT&T LTE connectivity


It’s still too early to say when the NVIDIA Tegra 3 Plus powered HTC One X+ will be made available to consumers, but new documents show that the FCC recently got to spend some quality time with the handset. The only new details revealed by the FCC certification documents is that the PM63100 model of the HTC One X+ features support for AT&T’s LTE network. NVIDIA announced back in May that AT&T had approved its  Icera 410 LTE multimode data modem and promised that  phones with Tegra 3 Plus chips and LTE connectivity would be available before the end of 2012.

The original HTC One X+ rumors indicated that the device was also expected on T-Mobile’s network, but sources claim that the handset launch has been shelved due to issues identified during testing. Specs on the HTC One X+ are expected to include 32GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM and an NVIDIA AP37 1.6GHz quad-core processor. The look of the device is said to match the current HTC One X, but the rumored measurements (34.36 x 69.9 x 9.3mm) would make the device slightly thicker.

It’s hard to say if the HTC one X+ will be unveiled at HTC’s press event next week, but with its FCC certification safely under its belt, we wouldn’t be surprised if the handset showed up in stores in the next 4-6 weeks.

Via: Engadget

Source: FCC

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. Nick joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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    This is great and all but where is Tmobile’s version? I believe the rumors of this device started with Tmobile. I missed out on the One X don’t make me miss out on the One X+.

    • Taylor Wimberly

      I keep hearing mixed reports, but I really hope T-Mobile fans get this device. I might pick up the unlocked version.


        Good idea. I may have to do the same.

  • nobu

    Will it come with Jelly Bean?

    • Taylor Wimberly

      I would hope so. It would be sad to see this launch with Ice Cream Sandwich.

    • Nick Gray

      That’s what the last rumor claimed. It will run Android 4.1 with HTC Sense 4.5

  • Dezzy

    I wish this had come to Tmobile. I was sooo waiting for it. This makes me so mad. It wouldnt come in April like the OG HoX did. Now we still cant get it, this is just ridiculous. I’m getting sick of HTC. If i didnt hate touchwiz i’d have a GS3. But this is just not good at all.+

    • Taylor Wimberly

      You can always get the unlocked One X+ when it’s available and use it on T-Mobile when they support HSPA+ 1900 MHz later this year.

  • Dezzy

    Actually I meant i’m getting sick of HTC allowing themselves to be dictated to by the carriers. I really wanted this phone. Yeah, I’m mad bro.


      me too.

    • Nick Gray

      Keep in mind that the cancelled T-Mobile HTC One X+ is just a rumor at this point. If there were issues identified in testing, my guess is that they simply delayed the launch rather than cancelling it. But we’re not about to start new rumors without any proof to go off of.

    • Hom0ncruse

      final nail in the coffin for HTC

  • CTown

    T-Mobile has to eventually get a LTE phone, don’t they? Isn’t their LTE network supposed to be released in early 2013? It’s already Septemeber of 2012. The longer they take to release a LTE phone, the more mess they create since everyone on T-Mobile will buy new non-LTE phones.


      It would suck to buy a new non-LTE phone2-4 months before they release LTE phones. It won’t be that much of an issue tho because Tmobile will still support their HSPA 42MPS, which is fast in its own right, even after they turn on their LTE.

      • Richard Yarrell

        I will be purchasing the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 when it arrives on Tmobile on day one. And yes it will be on Tmobile HSPA PLUS 42MPS network and it will work just fine. That network is just as good as LTE in real world usage..

    • Nick Gray

      T-Mobile will be waiting to release LTE phones until their LTE network is ready to be turned on. There’s no reason to sell LTE phone if they can’t use LTE yet.

      • CTown

        Tell that to Sprint! They have had the LTE Galaxy Nexus for a while. They also got the LTE GSIII, don’t they?

  • vforvortex

    I am wondering if I need to make the jump to LTE. Right now i just have the T-mobile 4g plan. I am still holding out for some good nexus rumors to make a decision.

    • Taylor Wimberly

      LTE is great, but it’s not always worth the cost. If you are hoping for a Nexus with LTE, then be prepared to get some carrier branded version like another Verizon Galaxy Nexus.

      • Nate B.

        The possibility of a Carrier Branded Nexus doesn’t sound good.

    • Nick Gray

      Keep in mind that LTE networks on AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are going to soon be bogged down with iPhone 5 users. In the past few months, AT&T and Verizon have seen a significant reduction in speeds on LTE as the number of LTE enabled devices have increased.

      While T-Mobile is late to the LTE game, they will have a huge speed advantage over the competition since there will be no LTE iPhone 5 its network to bog it down.

      • Richard Yarrell

        You are 100% right. I left Verizon June 28th for Tmobile speeds on Verizon was slowing down drastically. When those crappy iphone 5 users arriving soon the network on Verizon and Ass t&t will be bogged down beyond recognition. I am extremely happy on Tmobile with it’s HSPA PLUS 42MPS network. And the best part is when Tmobile launches it’s LTE ADVANCED NETWORK at least a choice will still exist with it’s HSPA PLUS network.

  • Nathan D.

    Dam, this post just shot my dream of having this phone on T-Mobile right now. Although, it isn’t dead just yet since this is a rumor still, so it still has some life in it for now.

  • jamal adam

    That would be so disappointing if story is true that T-Mobile shelved it. I was excited about the possibility of getting this device.

  • Snapdragon S4

    Snapdragon S4

    It really isn’t fair that AT&T gets yet another One X and that T-mobile remains stuck on the One S. However, the leaked benchmarks we saw a while ago did say that it had AT&T bands. Also, David over at Tmonews recently stated, “On another, equally separate note, the HTC One X+ or HTC Era is no longer on the roadmap and we’re told T-Mobile pulled the plug on the device for various testing reasons.” I really need a new phone soon and I don’t want a GS3 but HTC is not doing anything else for T-mobile (Android-related) as of now it seems. Even Verizon (who doesn’t like HTC much) is getting a 5 inch phablet :(

  • VS

    Unfortunate, but with it being LTE enabled, I’m not surprised since T-Mo is pretty far away from deploy their LTE network.

    I hope some of the other OEMs can move me this holiday season. Maybe Sony or LG (or Moto if they can detach themselves from Verizon) can bring new blood into the competition and stir up the two horse race of Samsung and HTC on Android.

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  • Dirge

    Whatever happened to quality over quantity? It seems that there’s a new HTC phone mentioned every few weeks or so.