Monstrous Mobile Gambling at T-Mobile Thanks to HTC One X+
Jul 30, 2012
HTC One X+
HTC One X+ is rumored to be heading for the T-Mobile carrier in the USA delivering never-before-seen processing power.
AT&T is the designated carrier for HTC smartphones in the United States, but that soon may be a thing of the past, as recent rumors suggest there’s a Taiwanese device heading for the T-Mobile network. And not just any device, but a true real money mobile casino monster – HTC One X+.
The new device differs from the original HTC One X in terms of the chipset. The HTC One X+ will be based on a NVIDIA Tegra 3+ SoC with a processor clocked at 1.7GHz and a GPU, which provides 25% more speed to power up mobile casino games experience. The international version of the HTC One X features a 1.5GHz CPU.
The rumor comes after a picture of T-Mobile inventory has been leaked onto the internet, depicting the fact that the network is supposed to receive the device. How much of it is true will only be revealed after we receive some kind of a confirmation from either HTC or T-Mobile.
The leaked photo suggests that the device will land on T-Mobile’s shelves somewhere in September. No pricing policy has yet been designated and there’s also no word on whether international Android casino fans will get a chance to buy the HTC One X+.