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HTC One X+ specs leak online ahead of September 19th launch

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Ahead of HTC’s September 19th launch event, the Taiwanese handset manufacturer has seen the HTC One X specs leaked online.

Although currently unconfirmed, a selection of claimed HTC One X specs have made a premature appearance through micro-blogging site Twitter, with the HTC One X follow-on tipped to sport a 1.6GHz quad-core processor and the Google Nexus 7 launched Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.

Far from the first time the HTC One X has leaked ahead of its expected September 19th launch event, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 rival appeared last month in a prematurely outed benchmark test. The HTC One X is expected to be officially unveiled  later this month alongside a raft of new HTC branded Android and Windows Phone 8 filled handsets.

Making an early appearance courtesy of an anonymous developer, the revealing Tweet, attributed to the account @Football4PDA, claimed to reveal not only the handset’s internals but offering an insight to the device’s newly revised form factor with dimensions also leaking.

With the 1.6GHz quad-core CPU said to be bolstered by a single-core processor that can be clocked to 1.7GHz, the HTC One X is said to be heading to market as a true smartphone powerhouse with 1GB of RAM being paired with 32GB of internal storage. HTC’s Sense 4.5 UI is also set to feature.

Lining up at 134.36mm tall by 69.9mm wide and just 9.3mm thick, the HTC One X is rumoured weigh in at a respectable 129g whilst playing host to the same 1800mAh battery found within the device’s predecessor.

With HTC confirming it will hold a high-profile global launch event on September 19th, the HTC One X is expected to be formally unveiled as the company’s latest flagship handset with the device tipped to touch down alongside HTC’s second-generation Android tablet. The company is also set to unveil its first Windows Phone 8 packing Nokia Lumia 920 challenger.

What would you like to see HTC do with its next-generation handsets? Can the Taiwanese manufacturer truly bring the fight to the likes of Samsung and Apple? Let us know and share your thoughts on the matter with us via the comments boxes below or through the Trusted Reviews Twitter and Facebook feeds.

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