HTC One X+ listed on AnTuTu, might not be what you think
And the latest dose of tidbits about the rumored HTC One X+ comes from AnTuTu's web page, where the smartphone now appears to have been listed already, with an alleged photo of it and everything. For those not familiar, AnTuTu is a popular Android benchmark application that measures the performance of a smartphone or a tablet's hardware. It seems like someone has already given the HTC One X+ a go reaching an impressive score of almost 14,000 points.
However, that isn't necessarily the case. At least one owner of an overclocked HTC One X is reporting that AnTuTu mistakenly identifies their smartphone as an HTC One X+. Therefore, what may have been added to the database are solely the unconfirmed HTC One X+ hardware specs, so whatever got tested might have not been the real deal.
smartphone's alleged FCC filing revealed just days ago. However, rumor has it that the handset has been delayed due to a decision to replace its 1,800 battery with a beefier cell. What is also said about the HTC One X+ is that inside it will tick a quad-core Tegra 3 processor clocked at 1.7GHz, and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be pre-installed.
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