Though the HTC One X+ hasn't officially been announced yet, that hasn't stopped a healthy dose of details on the phone from spilling.
Now a new leak revealed the supposed hardware details of the One X's slightly beefier brother.
An anonymous developer divulged the details in a rather cluttered tweet, which came complete with all the pertinent information about HTC's rumored device.
Same size, better processor
As originally reported, the One X+ will apparently use a Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, though it won't be just any old 1.7GHz chip.
Believed to be included with the One X+ is a new Tegra 3+ AP37 1.6GHz quad-core / 1.7GHz single-core processor.
Like the original One X, this updated version will come with 1GB RAM and 32GB ROM, as well as an identical 1800mAH battery.
Additionally, the tweet suggests the One X+ will use Android 4.1.1: Jelly Bean, as was originally revealed in the NenaMark benchmarking.
Unfortunately, the leak didn't reveal which service provider will be carrying the device.
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