The HTC One X+ may have been benchmarked recently. Last we heard anything about it, the One X+ was supposedly a variant of HTC’s current flagship smartphone headed to T-Mobile in the US.
Unlike the internationally-sold One X, this would have a 1.7 GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. This is the first instance in which we’ve heard about a Tegra 3 clocked this high. TMo is able to use the LTE-less Tegra 3 in the One X because, well, it doesn’t have an LTE network.
So this HTC PM63100, according to Land of Droid, is the One X+. As you can see, it has the ‘right’ processor, and it’s running Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. Could this be one of the first non-Nexus smartphones to launch running Google’s latest mobile OS version? We’ll have to wait and see.
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