According to Engadget, HTC’s latest variation of the One X has just made an appearance at the FCC. Although the device landed at the FCC without offering many details, some information has leaked as to what we can expect from this new handset. The device identified as the PM63100, has appeared on benchmark results as the HTC One X+, a long rumored update to the current HTC flagship.
As previously rumored, the One X+ features a Tegra 3 quad-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz. The device also includes LTE connectivity (sporting AT&T-friendly bands 4 and 17 in addition to 2 and 5), fulfilling NVIDIA’s promise that we would see Tegra 3 devices with the next-gen tech by the end of 2012. Luckily the phone has been FCC-approved and we are simply awaiting additional details as they arrive. Unfortunately the Federal documents did not reveal much but it’s only a matter a time before we find out what HTC has up its sleeve.