The HTC One XL was announced at MWC 2012 together with other One series handsets. But many consumers still don’t get what smartphone it is because if we called it the LTE variant of the HTC One X, then what are the HTC Evo 4G LTE for Sprint and the dual-core HTC One X for AT&T made for? Anyway, the One XL is a reality. Geeks say it’s made especially for Europe, but at the moment we have news coming from another continent meaning the One XL is the modified One X designed for non-US markets.
The official web page of Australian Telstra has shown off the HTC One XL, but there is no exact info concerning the phone. Nevertheless, you can watch the promo video introducing the selling points of the handset including a 4.7-inch HD touchscreen, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and LTE support.
AusDroid says those who pre-order the One XL on any of Telstra’s Freedom Connect Plans will get a free pair of Beats Audio headphones, which actually cost $299. The phone is expected to hit the European market in early June, but there is no hint as to when it will be arrive in Australia.