HTC may be launching the non-LTE variant of the One X+ in Singapore if the entry in IDA Equipment Search List turns out to be accurate. When HTC unveiled the One X+ on 2nd October, the company announced that there are two versions: non-LTE and LTE.
In the entry on IDA's website, the HTC One X+ is described as a 3G mobile phone with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and NFC. As a point of reference, the description of the HTC One XL clearly described it as a 4G mobile phone.
While the One X and One XL use two different processors, the two versions of One X+ are powered by the same NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core 1.7GHz processor. The only difference is the type of baseband used.
According to AnandTech, the non-LTE version of the One X+ comes with an Intel X-Gold XMM6260 baseband while the LTE variant will ship with Qualcomm MDM9215 baseband.
Earlier this month, we also discovered the Galaxy Note II (LTE) among other Samsung devices in IDA Equipment Search List. Days later, Samsung Mobile Singapore confirmed to HardwareZone that the company is indeed only launching the LTE version of the Galaxy Note II.