The HTC One X+ is finally revealed with no surprises on the specification. Seen as a refresh of its flagship HTC One X, the One X+ comes with upgraded hardware such as a new Tegra 3 processor that goes up to 1.7GHz, 1.6MP front facing camera, larger 2,100mAh battery and 64GB of on board storage. According to HTC, the new Tegra 3 processor offers 67% improvement over its predecessor.
It still maintains the same 8.9mm thickness but the weight has increased slightly to 135 grams from 130 grams to cater for extra 300mAh of juice. The rest of the specs remain unchanged with the similar 4.7″ Super LCD2 display with 1280×720 resolution, 1GB of RAM and the same snappy 8MP f/2.0 camera.
Just like the original One X, it still lacks micro SD expansion and the battery is non user removable. Out of the box, the HTC One X+ runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. It is expected to go on sale in Asia beginning November where a regional launch is expected soon. Check out full product details over at HTC One X+ product page.
For existing HTC One X and One S users, HTC has also added that the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update with Sense 4+ will be rolling out soon beginning this month.
Head after the break for product images and a hands-on video by CNet.
DiGi has revised its tablet data plan from as low as RM15, which is one of the most affordable right now. The new rate depends on the type of subscriber with existing DiGi subscribers getting RM10 off. In terms of speed, the FAQ states that the tablet plans can go up to 3Mbps but upon reaching your data quota limit, speeds will be throttled down to as low as 64Kbps.
For Existing customers, you may subscribe up to 2 Tablet SuperSIM plans per principal line. During sign up, a RM50 advance payment is required which will go back to your bill at RM10/month for the next 5 months. If you sign up for auto-billing, there’s additional RM5/month rebate but this is only applicable for supplementary users that are billed separately from principal line.
Full tablet plan rates below:
Tablet 500MB – RM25
Tablet 1GB – RM29
Tablet 1.5GB – RM39
Tablet 2GB – RM49
Tablet 500MB SuperSIM – RM15
Tablet 1GB SuperSIM – RM19
Tablet 1.5GB SuperSIM – RM29
Tablet 2GB SuperSIM – RM39
The page is not publicly available at time of posting but the hidden link is found here. The plan is expected to go live today and it is valid until 31st December 2012.
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The new Galaxy Note II is not widely available worldwide but nothing can stop it from a round of drop tests. Earlier on we have seen the Galaxy S III fared not so well against the iPhone 5. Obviously the iPhone 5’s aluminium clad build can withstand more abuse than the standard plastic construction.
Watch the video to find out if the Galaxy Note II with a bigger display and heavier body can withstand such impact.