Leaked promotional material from mobile phone network O2 apparently details specs of the HTC One X+ handset.
This device will follow the popular and well-reviewed HTC One X smartphone.
According to the documents, the gadget will feature a 1.7 GHz processor – an improvement to the 1.5 GHz which powers its predecessor.
It will also come with internal storage of 64 GB, rivalling the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3 devices.
More memory means an owner can keep extra music, pictures, videos, applications and messages on their phone.
It seems that O2 will price the gadget at £479. This is considerably cheaper than the iPhone 5, which the network offers on a pay-and-go price plan from £719.99.
The operating system will be the latest Android Jelly Bean version. HTC One X users will apparently be able to upgrade to this software from the Ice Cream Sandwich platform it currently sports but the manufacturer has not yet supplied a date for the improvement.
Posted by Peter Robinson