Sep 28 AT 9:08 AM Nick Gray 20 Comments

HTC One X+ price revealed in leaked brochure, coming soon to O2


T-Mobile’s plans for the HTC one X+ may be up in the air, but the image above shows that the device will be “coming soon” to O2. The leaked brochure page shows off a handful of specs along with its £479.99 price tag for O2′s Pay & Go customers. The price is quite a bit higher than the £399.99 they are charging for the current HTC One X, but that’s most likely due to the faster 1.7 GHz quad-core Tegra 3 chip and 64GB of internal storage.

The exact launch of the HTC One X+ is still anyone’s guess, but we have a very good feeling that all of our remaining questions about the device will be answered in the next week or two. Are any of you planning on picking up the HTC One X+ when it comes out later this fall and is 64GB of internal storage enough for people to stop complaining about the lack of expandable storage?

Source: GSM Arena

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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  • Taylor Wimberly

    Pretty confident that T-Mobile USA version is canned :(

    • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

      Probably because they are getting a better HTC phone. The Htc nexus? HTC droid incredible x variant?

      • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

        Also this did happen with the galaxy note. They dropped it and are getting the note 2.

        • shadowxof

          They didn’t drop the Note, you can buy it in stores right now. It was a soft release but it’s definitely available

    • jamal adam

      Well, this is a big let down. I was excited for this phone to be on T-Mobile. Hopefully they have something better in store, but I don’t know what would be better.

      • Nick Gray

        With T-Mobile’s network refarming, you can buy the unlocked version which will go on sale in Europe. The advantage is that you can switch to pre-paid and save money every month, faster updates from HTC and you will be able to get the phone for cheaper than what T-Mobile would charge for it.

      • Hom0ncruse

        final nail in the coffin for t-mobile

    • Homncruse

      This makes me a sad panda.

    • UMA Fan

      Any idea why?

  • jaxidian

    If I had a phone with 64GB internal storage, would I still want an SD Card? Hell yes! Why? Because far too many things wipe your internal storage when doing factory resets/restores/etc. Most hacker tools don’t wipe them but it’s still fairly commonplace for mainstream tools to wipe them. It’s a heck of a lot easier to just store everything on your SD Card so you don’t care if internal storage gets wiped. Additionally, it is MUCH easier to pull your SD Card out of your phone and put it into a computer to make a backup than it is to perform a backup of your internal storage.

    So yes, I still want a removable SD Card.

    • Nick Gray

      I’ve been using android since day one and I have never once has internal storage get wiped. Also, how is it any easier to make a backup of an sd card than internal storage? Connect phone to computer, select folder, copy, done.

      • nivekkev

        You must be one of the lucky ones to never have had to do a factory reset, that wipes everything, had to do a few times with different phones. Nothing “accidentally” wiped though.

        • Nick Gray

          I’ve had plenty of factory resets, but none which wiped the separate internal storage of the device. Before the Samsung Galaxy S, most devices didn’t have internal storage which was actually usable for users.

        • Homncruse

          I’ve factory reset devices with internal storage, and only once did I lose that data — and that was my fault, because I am a moron and selected the wrong option.

      • UMA Fan

        Android hasn’t had internal storage since Day 1.

  • Nathan D.

    I would so get this if it came to t-mobile

  • snowbdr89

    1.7 quad core hmm maybe icraps 10 mins of the fastest cpu glory is already over after a few days!!

  • Esoth

    I wish HTC would do a little bit more with this. I don’t feel like extra storage and a slightly upgraded processor is worth the price difference. Why not just get a One X instead of the X+, especially since the original One X will probably drop in price after this one comes out?

    What happened to HTC saying they’ll stop releasing so many incremental upgrades in their phones….?

  • roland

    If I was not such a nexus fan this would be my next phone


    Definitely HTC One X Plus would be tough competition for Apple iPhone and Galaxy S3.