T-Mobile will reportedly join the HTC One X family this fall with the release of the HTC One X+, a modified version of the AT&T and Sprint’s handset. Most of the details surrounding the device are under wraps, but the going rumor is that the One X+’s mathematical suffix comes from NVIDIA’s Tegra 3+ 1.7GHz quad-core processor. The Tegra 3+ has had some issues running on LTE networks, but T-Mobile doesn’t have to worry about that problem at this point.
The device is almost certain to include a great camera and Beats Audio technology – hallmarks of the One series. The OS, however, is up for debate. Some sources claim that it will run a stock version of Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” – in other words, no HTC Sense or Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” – while others believe that it will come with Jelly Bean and a modified version of Sense. Either way, it should be a great device.