HTC has finally announced its release date for its upcoming smartphone- the HTC One X+. The good news is that the Company is not just releasing the handset but it also has plans to send out the Jelly Bean update with the HTC Sense 4+ for its One X and One S series of devices from October.
Mobile enthusiasts will be glad to learn that this device is an upgraded version of the earlier flagship device launched by HTC- HTC One X. There are a few common features covering the 4.7 inch Super LCD 2 touch panel with the Croning Gorilla Glass 2 layer. This device also has a 8 MP BSI camera fitted on its rear. The AF snapper of the device as an LED flash that sports a lens with a f2.0 aperture. There is also a 1.6 MP front facing shooter with modes for sightseeing and self portrait.
This smartphone provides users with 2 new features for managing images and videos in the Gallery. There is a special Tap and Go function where customers can connect the phone to the Beats speakers with a simple tap. There are also two added highlights covering the Watch 2.0 and a web service called Get Started. The price has not been revealed however the device will be available in these three regions in October.