HTC has officially announced the One XL for Europe. The HTC One XL is the company’s flagship Android smartphone with LTE connectivity. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen it, as it has been hinted at ever since MWC. And AT&T is even selling it already, yet under the One X name.
So for all intents and purposes the HTC One XL that will arrive in Europe is identical to AT&T’s One X. Like that, gone is the quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor (because it doesn’t have LTE support just yet), and in is a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5 GHz unit.
Aside from that, the specs should be the same as the One X that’s been sold in Europe for a while now. The HTC One XL will arrive in Germany in early June in white and black. Vodafone Germany will offer just the black version. Deutsche Telekom and O2 Germany will also sell the One XL, as will many other European operators that have built LTE networks already.
You’ll be able to pick one up sans contract for €659 from HTC and €699 from Vodafone.
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