We're big fans of the HTC One X here on Pocket Gamer. In fact, at the time of writing, it's the phone I use day to day.
The HTC One X is stylish, powerful, and, of course, it runs games beautifully thanks to that quad-core Tegra 3 CPU.
You might think that the one thing the HTC One X doesn't need right now is a power boost, then, but that's exactly what it's getting. The 'HTC One X+', as it's being dubbed, is apparently headed for the US packing a souped-up version of the Tegra 3 chip.
This Tegra 3+ processor has a clock speed of 1.7GHz, which is an increase of 200MHz over the original. More importantly, the Nvidia ULP Gefore GPU is said to be around 25 per cent faster than the current version.
According to TmoNews, the HTC One X+ will be available from T-Mobile in the US sometime in September.
Now, the question is: will we see this souped-up Android phone here in the UK? And if so, when?