New Android smartphone: HTC One XL

HTC is the first handset maker to unveil a 4G LTE smartphone for the impending launch of the 4G LTE network in Singapore. The HTC One XL will be available in early June 2012 at an RRP of S$998 (without line).

Update (4 June 2012):

The HTC One XL (S$318) is one of three handsets available at the launch of SingTel’s 4G service on 4 June. The other two 4G smartphones are the LG Optimus True HD LTE (S$198) and the Samsung GALAXY S II LTE (S$298).

The original HTC One X was first launched on 30 March this year and hit the shelves in Singapore on 2 April.

The original HTC One X was first launched on 30 March this year and hit the shelves in Singapore on 2 April.

SingTel is expected to officially launch its 4G LTE service in Singapore in June 2012. The HTC One XL offers to combine the superb camera and audio qualities of HTC’s premium One series with the blazing speeds of next generation 4G LTE networks.

The HTC One XL is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with up to 1.5GHz dual-core CPU and a 1,800 mAh embedded battery, alongside software enhancements that promises improved battery performance by 50 percent.

The HTC One XL comes with Android 4.0 (ICS) and HTC Sense 4, the maker’s user interface.

The HTC One XL will be available in Polar White and Glamour Grey.

The main technical specs for the HTC One XL is listed below.


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