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.
Nevertheless, there's plenty of evidence to make us believe that an HTC One X+ is in the works, including the 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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