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HTC One X+ appears on the FCC

The successor to the brilliant One X has appeared on the FCC, with LTE connectivity, suggesting an imminent release

The FCC in the US has been the source of many an early phone release warning, and it’s come through again with the HTC One X+.

The successor to the HTC One X has appeared revealing few details other than its size and that it will be 4G LTE capable. A benchmark test claiming to be the One X+ has revealed it’ll be sporting a blistering 1.7GHz Tegra 3 quad-core showing the chip is 4G ready – just in time for EE bringing 4G to the UK.

So now you have more to chose from when shopping for your first 4G handset. Will it be the new iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE, Nokia’s Lumia 920, the LG Optimus G, or now the HTC One X+. It’s a tough old life.

[Via Engadget]

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