HTC One XL Review

HTC One XL was officially introduced in February, and here it is now in our offer! HTC One XL is a classy phone for a classy clientele that will be guaranteed any entertainment via an ultra-fast LTE network connection. HTC One XL is the leader of the HTC One series and as such has opted for a quality range of features, while the design issue is satisfied with what provides its somewhat “younger” counterpart HTC One X.
The HTC One XL shares design and dimensions with the HTC One X.
With the HTC One XL, you can forget about your camera.

With an 8-megapixel camera, which has an LED flash, face recognition function, and several other useful options, the user gets clear and clean photos and HD videos, even in low light. Beats Audio is here to simply engrave your favorite songs because the HTC One XL provides fine and precise sound (Beats Audio quality is present in all applications, not just listening to music with the player).

The giant screen gives a crystal clear image with bright and clear colors. HTC One XL runs the Android operating system and its latest version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) which guarantees that adequate hardware support will be used to the maximum.

HTC One XL vs HTC One X – a little different in a sea of ​​similarities.
If you are wondering what the difference is between the HTC One XL and the HTC One X, since there is almost no visual difference, the answer would be that the HTC One XL has the ability to connect via the LTE network.

The difference is also noticeable in terms of processors. While the HTC One X uses a quad-core processor, the HTC One XL has a built-in dual-core processor. Both processors run at 1.5 GHz. The difference between these two models is also reflected in terms of memory size because HTC One X has 32 GB, and HTC One XL only 16 GB of internal memory. This is something that HTC had to pay more attention to and overlook this kind of omission.

As for the screen, there is a difference in the type of screen, but the other characteristics (such as diagonal and resolution) are exactly the same. See a comparative view of the two models HERE.

HTC One XL is made of one-piece polycarbonate plastic (like Nokia Lumia 800 and N9), and the fact that hockey helmets are made of it speaks volumes about how strong this material is. The HTC One XL has an “ImageSense” option that allows you to take photos in just 0.7 seconds with the 0.2 seconds it takes for autofocus to do its part.

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