Now that smartphones are sprouting in the electronics market like wild mushrooms, it becomes imperative for consumers to review and evaluate each product that comes their way.
With the launch of the 4G-attuned HTC One XL, the world of smartphones got a new landscape. As an up-to-date version of HTC One, it seems identical to it at first glance. It likewise sports a polycarbonate body which is sleek and thin. Unlike HTC One, however, this new device is faster and has a longer battery life. When HTC One was introduced, its first-time users were appalled by its battery life which did not last very long and was not suitable for frequent travels. This vulnerability is now cured by HTC One XL.
Since HTC One XL is a 4G handset, both the processor and the internet connection are fast. Download and upload speeds are at around 20Mbit/s up and 40Mbit/s down. Its disadvantage, however, is that HTC One XL is still stuck with the old Android 4.0.4 version, instead of the more sophisticated Android 4.1 which Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE uses.