An image purportedly of the HTC One X+ popped up Wednesday, giving for the first time a face to the device that's been making the rumor rounds.
There's not much to the image, which was posted on the @evleaks Twitter page, other than a basic black bezel, though it does appear as hefty as reports have indicated it will be.
What's most noteworthy is T-Mobile's logo emblazoned front and center, indicating a definite carrer for this Tegra 3-packing "superphone."
"HTC One X+ for T-Mobile USA," evleaks wrote to accompany the photo, though that's the only suggestion of a country-specific carrier for the phone.
Though it's plain on the outside, for this device, it's what's on the inside that counts.
That '+' factor
If what we've heard about the One X+ so far is true, than HTC has a Twitter leak problem on its hands.
Earlier this month, another leaker posted specs for the device.
Thanks to those, we learned the X+'s internals don't include any old Nvidia Tegra 3, but rather a Tegra 3+ AP37 1.6GHz quad-core processor.
We're also looking at a 1,800mAh battery, making this device, if it indeed ever comes, a nice follow up to the well-received One X.