first_imgIt’s only been about five months since the HTC One X %displayPrice% at %seller% started arriving on store shelves, but it appears as though an update is just around the corner. The modestly-tweaked HTC One X+ has been spotted by two different sources — one that managed to snap a picture of an upcoming O2 advertisement and another that actually photographed the phone itself.From the specs revealed by the ad, not much is changing in the One X+. Its quad-core processor is getting a bump from 1.5GHz to 1.7GHz, which should certainly help make things a little snappier. Internal storage is being doubled, from 32GB to 64GB. The One X+ will also be shipping with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean pre-installed — the original One X is slated to receive the upgrade some time next month. The rear-facing camera holds steady at 8 megapixels, Beats Audio obviously remains intact, and you’ll still get 25GB of Dropbox space to store files in the cloud. You can also see HTC’s trademark charging cradle contacts dotting the polycarbonate backside of the phone.When the One X+ goes on sale at O2, it’s going to sell for £479 on the carrier’s Pay & Go deal (just under £400 with tax stripped out). That seems like a pretty decent price for a top-end smartphone: the 16GB iPhone 5 sells for £549 from O2. Converted directly, the One X+ would sell at about $649 Stateside, but that would price it on par with the iPhone 5. It’s more likely that HTC would aim for a more proportionate figure like $549 — especially when the One X can currently be had for $499 off-contract.More at GSM Arena and Pocket Lintlast_img read more