Look at what we have here, ladies and gentlemen – the HTC One X+ which has arrived at the FCC, along the way revealing most of its glory underneath the hood. We are looking at a quad-core Tegra 3 processor here alongside the NVIDIA Tegra 3 (PM63100) chipset in tow. Not only that, this particular visit to the FCC did reveal support for AT&T’s LTE bands, translating to a shameless fact that you ought to take note of – it will arrive on AT&T’s shelves, and hopefully soon, too, as that is more often than not the path that most devices take after being sent to the FCC for inspection.
We are looking at the very real possibility of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean shipping with the HTC One X+ right out of the box, although having a 1800mAh battery might seem to make it rather underpowered compared to its peers, in addition to having just 1GB RAM (while this is the norm, the Galaxy S3 in the US carries double that amount). Still, will you be picking up HTC’s newest flagship when it finally arrives?