HTC has officially revealed details about its upcoming flagship smartphone, the One X+, which is set to arrive at some point this month in the UK.
The One X+ follows in the footsteps of the original One X, but tweaks many elements to make it a worthy successor.
The quad core processor has been clocked at 1.7GHz this time around, while internal storage is also boosted to a healthily capacious 64GB.
The battery is larger at 2100mAh, which should help to give it a slightly longer lifespan as a result. Meanwhile, the front facing camera has had its resolution upgraded to 1.6 megapixel, which should give video calls and clip recording a quality boost.
In terms of software, the One X+ will use the newer Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, along with the latest version of HTC’s own Sense interface.
Pricing is likely to be the real strong point of the One X+, which, at 479.99, is considerably lower than the iPhone 5, a device that it is easily able to outshine on paper.
HTC will not be including a charger in this basic retail bundle, but most people will have a compatible USB model at home to get the job done.