Leaked: New pic of HTC One X+ for T-Mobile

by: Bams SadewoSeptember 26, 2012

Oh, HTC. When will you give us some concrete information on the One X+, instead of letting us rely on an endless stream of leaks? The phone began its life as the Era 42 on T-Mobile. It wasn’t just the initial specs – Tegra 3+ processor, among other things – that got our attention, but also the fact it was expected to be a pure Google phone.

Since then we saw purported benchmark results and more of its specs revealed. It wasn’t until the One X+ paid FCC a visit that we got semi-official final specs of the phone, though there were talks of equipping it with a bigger battery.

The latest leak doesn’t bring anything new in the specs department, as it only shows a blurred front view of the One X+. But yes, it looks like the phone is still heading to T-Mobile. You know what – Magenta could use a new HTC device on its lineup to accompany the One S. Seeing that the One X never did make it there, the One X+ will be a real treat for its customers.

It’s still not confirmed yet whether the quad-core device will ever see the light of day on the carrier, but we don’t see why T-Mobile would want to pass up on the opportunity. If you want to see the HTC One X+ coming to T-Mo, let your voice be heard in the comments below.

  • TMoFan

    Make it happen TMo!

  • Tony Roach

    I would like to see it come to T-Mobile cause I have always been a HTC person because I prefer the rugged build quality of HTC devices. But HTC has not come out with a devices to match the specs of Samsung devices. So this will be the first one to do that and it would be great to make my next device a HTC yet again. But if this device does not come to T-Mobile I will get the Galaxy Note II.

  • Just one question because i’m from europe and a t-mobile customer so will the htc one x+ ond galaxy note 2 come to t-mobile world wide or just in the us

  • JonD11

    The bottom line for me is, if it don’t come to Tmo. I am buying out my contract and heading else where. AT&T already made it exclusive, so unless Tmo is getting there own variant, I’m gone. Probably back to Sprint, as I like my unlimited data. Just not sure if I will go with the EVO LTE, or the LG optimus G. Can’t stand around for ever with Tmo, they already have a horrible phone selection. And of course AT&T gets all the new best phones, it seems as if Sprint one ups them, making there variants just a little better.

  • rylie

    i soooo want this phone please bring it to tmobile