The HTC One X was launched and acclaimed as the best smartphone ever built last May 2012. Unfortunately, it held that title for one short month, until the Samsung Galaxy S III came out and clobbered in sales.
So what do you do when you get Samsung'ed? Go back to the drawing boards and send something new up the production line. That is the HTC One X+.
The HTC One X+ looks like the HTC One X with a revised color scheme. Since the 1.5 GHz quad core processor on a Tegra 3 chipset fell a bit short of the 1.4 GHz quad core on the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC upped the ante by putting instead a 1.7 GHz quad core unit on the One X+.
Another area where the HTC One X fell just a tad bit short of the Samsung Galaxy S III was battery life. HTC decided to replace the 1800 mAh unit on the One X with a larger 2100 mAh unit on the One X+. The One X+ is the same size as the One X, but tips the scales by just 5 grams more. The larger battery was crammed in by using a thinner Gorilla Glass 2 protected display.
You will also see minor tweaks the camera's and a 64 GB variant available. Not forgetting the software front, you have Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box.
This will be released in South East Asia in November 2012.
So what do you do when you get Samsung'ed? Come back with vengeance.