The HTC One X+ leaked several weeks ago though we were expecting the smartphone to arrive in the United States via T-Mobile.
Well, it appears that the smartphone has just been spotted at FCC
(Federal Communication Commission) with AT&T LTE band support.
The carrier’s customers will be happy to know that they will be able to purchase the HTC One X+
at Ma Bell’s brick and mortar stores, as well as online.
Although we’re not sure exactly when HTC and AT&T plan to release the smartphone, we’re certain that more details will emerge in the following weeks.
Identified as PM63100, the HTC One X+ is equipped with an Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset that embeds a quad-core processor mostly likely clocked at 1.7 GHz.
It has been confirmed that the smartphone will be fully compatible with AT&T’s LTE bands 4 and 17, but also 2 and 5. The One X+ will be powered by Android platform, probably Jelly Bean.
For the time being, it’s unclear whether or not HTC One X+ will be exclusively available via AT&T or the Taiwanese handset maker will launch the device through other US-based carriers as well.
If HTC decides that it’s better to offer the One X+ through as many operators as possible, the next carrier that will add the smartphone to its portfolio might be T-Mobile USA, which was rumored to be among the first to carry it.
Nevertheless, it will be interesting to see if the upcoming HTC One X+
will be available outside North America, though aside from Australia and a few European and Asian countries, there are some regions where customers will be able to take advantage of the smartphone’s LTE fast data speeds.
Unfortunately, these are all the details we have on the HTC One X+ specs sheet so far, but stay tuned for more updates on the matter.