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Old October 2nd, 2012, 11:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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WARNING! THIS INFORMATION IS ONLY FOR EUROPEAN VERSION OF DEVICE!

htc One X+ has been officially announced by htc on October 2nd 2012. It's a new flagship device from htc in it's android "One" line.
basically it's an upgraded version of it's early 2012 htc flagship device - htc One X

things that have been upgraded:

new 1.7GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor
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internal speaker on the back has an amplifier now
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new improved htc sense image chip
android 4.1.1 out of the box with new sense 4+
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device will be available for shipping in UK in late October and the price will be 479£ (GBP) for sim free unlocked version
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 11:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 11:23 AM   #3 (permalink)
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AT&T to Offer Quad-Core HTC One X+, One VX In The "Coming Months" | TechnoBuffalo
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are they going to do the same thing to the evo 4g lte? evo 4g lte + ?!?
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don't know anything about EVO 4G LTE. we don't have in Europe htc EVO 4G LTE
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Old October 2nd, 2012, 04:32 PM   #6 (permalink)
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are they going to do the same thing to the evo 4g lte? evo 4g lte + ?!?
Most likely, no.

The Evo is just subsidiary of the HOX. But in my opinion its better than the HOX already. I am looking forward to the new evo though. Even though we just got the evo 4G lte in June lol
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I guess my question now is do I buy a European unlocked version and live with 3G or wait for the AT&T locked down (In every sense of the word I assume) version with LTE.
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it's easy to sim-unlock any phone! i unlocked my htc One X that was operator locked for 15 $
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I just barely got my HTC ONE X less than a week and they announced X+, with no doubt superb better updated features...what a bummmer
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pretty cool phone, lots of power!

But nahhh i'll stick with my shy Galaxy Nexus GSM
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I just barely got my HTC ONE X less than a week and they announced X+, with no doubt superb better updated features...what a bummmer
If you just got it you can probably return it and get the one+
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Just give me jelly beans on my Original One X.
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Well, I fell in love with my International One X because it's a better beast than the AT&T one IMO. LTE isn't a big deal for me since most of my work and daily life is outside of AT&T LTE areas so I pulled the trigger and ordered the International One X+ from Clove UK today. (Best price I've seen so far hunting around)

Besides, I may be in the minority but the red accents on it really grab me more than the bland white ones of the AT&T version upcoming. I've decided I know what I want and this is it!
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how much will be the price of the one x when the one x plus comes out?
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I'm sure it'll drop like a rock. The US/ AT&T version has already gone down to practically free of late.
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how much will be the price of the one x when the one x plus comes out?
The lowest I've seen is 99$ what a deal that is! I'm sure if you looked deeper you could find it even cheaper!
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the cheapest i found it was 79 with upgrade and i was looking more along the lines of free lol
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I just barely got my HTC ONE X less than a week and they announced X+, with no doubt superb better updated features...what a bummmer
The One X+ is basically a bug fix for the One X.

Let's see what new design flaws HTC have thrown in to the One X+.
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The One X+ is basically a bug fix for the One X.

Let's see what new design flaws HTC have thrown in to the One X+.
I wouldn't say a bug fix. Bugs can be fixed with software updates. An extension of the "one x" name in order to stay relevant in this fast pace market. That's more like it.
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I wouldn't say a bug fix. Bugs can be fixed with software updates. An extension of the "one x" name in order to stay relevant in this fast pace market. That's more like it.
Actually what paul said is true - regarding the wifi issues on the One X

HTC One X will be redesigned to fix Wi-Fi problems - Pocket-lint
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Actually what paul said is true - regarding the wifi issues on the One X

HTC One X will be redesigned to fix Wi-Fi problems - Pocket-lint
Hmmmm..... I'd heard of that before, but it's never been an issue for me. I must have gotten a latter "fixed" model of the OG One X.......
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I'm down to my last Android phone selection: One X+ or the Nexus 4.

I'd prefer the Nexus but am disappointed by the lack of memory and LTE. My main driver is direct, and timely, OS updates and the clean Android UI. Does anyone have any comments regarding the frequency of HTC updates or how gummed-up it would be on AT&T?
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I'm down to my last Android phone selection: One X+ or the Nexus 4.

I'd prefer the Nexus but am disappointed by the lack of memory and LTE. My main driver is direct, and timely, OS updates and the clean Android UI. Does anyone have any comments regarding the frequency of HTC updates or how gummed-up it would be on AT&T?
As soon as I found out it was LG I said forget it. The screen is still saturated (think Motorola), and I knew the camera shots would suck (also confirmed by online reviews - think Motorola, again). Honestly if the Nexus was another HTC or Samsung I would've went with it, even with smaller memory. Too bad.
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I'm down to my last Android phone selection: One X+ or the Nexus 4.

I'd prefer the Nexus but am disappointed by the lack of memory and LTE. My main driver is direct, and timely, OS updates and the clean Android UI. Does anyone have any comments regarding the frequency of HTC updates or how gummed-up it would be on AT&T?
I'm in that same boat, rowing along side. My company has always provided us with Blackberry's and I was fine with that until about 4 years ago when I bought my first iPhone. I decided the iPhone 5 wasn't really for me, I wanted something completely different and have narrowed down that selection to the HTC One X+ or the Nexus 4.

The updates weigh heavy on my mind and the bloatware as I'm totally unfamiliar with the android platform, I'm just not sure what to expect from AT&T on the HTC. I have a grand-fathered unlimited plan so sticking with AT&T is a no-brainer. That being said, to bloat or not to bloat, that is the question...
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WARNING! THIS INFORMATION IS ONLY FOR EUROPEAN VERSION OF DEVICE!

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Does anyone know if the cases which I bought for One X are going to fit One X+ as well? Is there any change in the body of mobile?
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Does anyone know if the cases which I bought for One X are going to fit One X+ as well? Is there any change in the body of mobile?
Size is the same and the case resellers are not making any distinction between the two models.
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I'm in the process of upgrading from my trusty old Desire HD. I was talked into trying out a Samsung Galaxy SIII, but I just didn't get on with it. One of the biggest dealbreakers was the lack of USB mass storage support in favour of the slower, less flexible and more unreliable MTP. I returned the SIII and decided to wait for the One X+. I spoke to several One X users, and they claimed that yes, good old HTC had retained USB mass storage support. "Great!", I thought, right up until I took delivery of the One X+ earlier this week. I plugged it into my PC, and lo and behold, MTP again. I want to swear to express how angry this makes me, but I don't know if that's permitted on this forum. HTC One X: USB mass storage. HTC One X+: Crippled with MTP-only. Hateful.
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One X or Nexus 4? I'd go with the Nexus only because of updates.
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I'm in the process of upgrading from my trusty old Desire HD. I was talked into trying out a Samsung Galaxy SIII, but I just didn't get on with it. One of the biggest dealbreakers was the lack of USB mass storage support in favour of the slower, less flexible and more unreliable MTP. I returned the SIII and decided to wait for the One X+. I spoke to several One X users, and they claimed that yes, good old HTC had retained USB mass storage support. "Great!", I thought, right up until I took delivery of the One X+ earlier this week. I plugged it into my PC, and lo and behold, MTP again. I want to swear to express how angry this makes me, but I don't know if that's permitted on this forum. HTC One X: USB mass storage. HTC One X+: Crippled with MTP-only. Hateful.
According to this review, the Plus does indeed have USB mass storage. TBH it would be really odd to remove such a feature on a mid-cycle update

HTC One X+ review | Android Central

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Additionally, the phone boasts full USB host support, including the ability to connect mass storage and input device. Itís a niche feature, but for those who want to plug in memory sticks, mice or keyboards through USB OTG, youíll find the One X+ fully functional in this area. Of course, you'll need the correct cable to be able to plug stuff into the phone, but in our experience, the One X+'s USB host features worked just as well as any other phone's.
It doesn't sound like he's just quoting it out of the press package, it sounds he really used it
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That's talking about using other USB devices with the phone, though - not using the phone as USB mass storage. As I said in the thread I started specifically about this issue:</br > </br >
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I emailed HTC support directly regarding this issue. Here is the answer I received:

"Iím sorry to hear that you are experiencing difficulties with USB OTG on the device. Unfortunately this was never a feature that was intended to be used on the device and there is no way to work around this without voiding the devices warranty I am sorry to say. The work around that will void the devices warranty involves rooting the device with a ROM that includes USB OTG. This can be made possible as HTC has released the kernel source code for the USB on the HTC One X."

Pretty conclusive: You have to break your device to get basic functionality out of it. Guess I now have to bite the bullet and learn to root...
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Size is the same and the case resellers are not making any distinction between the two models.
I have the same question but for the AT&T versions...does the AT&T version of the OneX+ use the international/GSM cases or the AT&T/XL cases?

Edit: Just chatted with Seidio about their Surface cases - they say that neither of the current HTC One X cases will work with the One X+.
Their responses when asked which surface case to use:
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Seidio: Unfortunately it appears that the HTC One X+ follows a slightly different design than the HTC One X, therefore the products will not be compatible
Me: Neither the One X (LTE) or the One X (GSM/International)?
Seidio: No, unfortunately they both don't fit, as your device has slightly different dimensions from the HTC One X
They did not have an ETA for when a new case would be available. I may try the One X GSM case anyway though.
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