Previously known as HTC Era 42, the One X+ leaked about a week ago along with some of its specs. Unfortunately, there was no confirmation on the smartphone's hardware and software configuration until today.
The folks over at LandOfDroid have just discovered a NenaMark2 benchmark of an unannounced Android smartphone, the HTC PM63100.
This PM63100 is also known as HTC One X+, the same device that leaked several days ago. Initial rumors claimed the smartphone will be equipped with an Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset that packs a 1.7 GHz processor.
No word on the amount of memory and storage, but we expect to come with at least 1GB of RAM and, hopefully, microSD card slot for memory expansion.
The benchmark score is the first confirmation that the One X+ is an improved version of the HTC One X, which is now among the most popular Android smartphones available in the United States.
We also know that One X+ will boast an HD display with 720 x 1280 pixel resolution and 16 million colors support.
There's more to it, as the smartphone won't be shipped with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform out of the box, as we previously thought.
According to this NenaMark2 benchmark, the HTC One X+ will be powered by Google's latest Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean operating system.
So far, that's about all info we have on the upcoming HTC One X+, but we expect more details on the phone's specs sheet will emerge soon.
It is also worth mentioning that the device is expected to arrive at T-Mobile USA, but LandOfDroid also claims the smartphone will make its way to AT&T's airwaves as HTC Evitaire (or Evita).
While we don't have any confirmation on this one, we can safely assume the Taiwanese handset maker would want to release this high-end device through as many retail channels as possible.