Now, evleaks has tweeted a picture of the phone wearing the T-Mobile brand. There is no other information about the device except that it will be available in black. We still don't know what is on board the handset in terms of processing speed and power. Based on earlier speculation, the HTC One X+ is supposedly coming in 16GB and 32GB models with HTC Sense 4.5 running on top of Android 4.1.
As long as HTC is updating its Android flagship, why not go with 2GB of RAM instead of the 1GB expected on the phone? If this is the model that HTC is going to be competing against the Samsung Galaxy S III with, the Taiwan based manufacturer needs to pull out all of the stops and at least grab the low hanging fruit. Besides increasing the amount of RAM on the phone, that higher capacity battery is sorely needed.
source: @evileaks via TmoNews