You’d be forgiven for thinking that the HTC One XL – unveiled at Mobile World Congress – is a larger-screened version of the HTC One X. But hey, that’d make far too much sense, guy; don’t be silly.
The HTC One XL is, as the name fails to suggest, the LTE-compatible variant of the HTC One X, and that’s exactly what Germany has just been served.
Of course, since we’re talking LTE, we’re no longer talking Tegra. While the HTC One X rocks a quad-core processor, the HTC One XL is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, clocked at 1.5GHz.
Qualcomm has admitted that it’s struggling to meet demand of the Snapdragon S4 processor, but it has a Plan B in the form of the Fusion 2 chipset.
Other HTC One XL specs include a polycarbonate unibody design, 4.7in Super LCD2 display, 8MP rear camera, 1080p video recording, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and HTC Sense 4.0.
As with the HTC One X, the HTC One XL has 32GB internal storage, with no option to expand via microSD. However, there’s that trusty 25GB of free Dropbox storage.
Our German friends will be able to grab the HTC One XL from early June.