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Testseek.com have collected 49 expert reviews of the HTC One XL and the average rating is 82%. Scroll down and see all reviews for HTC One XL.
Award: Highest Rated August 2012
August 2012
 
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The editors liked

  • Fast mobile internet speeds
  • Great web performance
  • Gorgeous screen
  • Screen is excellent
  • Great camera
  • Nice design

The editors didn't like

  • Expensive
  • Non-expandable
  • Mediocre battery life
  • EE's 4G speeds weren't as fast as we'd have hoped
  • Poor battery life

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  Published: 2012-11-13, Author: Carly , review by: Theinquirer.net

  • Screen is excellent, great camera, nice design
  • EE's 4G speeds weren't as fast as we'd have hoped, poor battery life

 
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  Published: 2012-10-18, Author: Editorial , review by: recombu.com

  • Fast mobile internet speeds, Great web performance, Gorgeous screen
  • Expensive, Non-expandable, Mediocre battery life

 
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  Published: 2012-05-26, Author: Arne , review by: theunwired.net

  • Doesn't matter if we are talking about the HTC One X or the One XL, both devices look the same and might be one of the best looking Android smartphones today. And in terms of the specs, both are top notch, really leading the Android market today! While th...

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  Published: 2013-02-27, review by: goodgearguide.com.au

  • Abstract:  If you're wondering why the HTC One XL looks almost identical to the HTC One X that's because it is an almost identical phone. The One XL is simply a 4G-capable version of HTC's One X, with the L presumably standing for LTE. The good news is that the One ...

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  Published: 2013-01-02, review by: techradar.com/au/

  • LTE connectivity, Great screen, Jelly Bean update, Solid camera
  • Poor battery life, No expandable memory, No replaceable battery
  • With a couple of small tweaks, HTC could have delivered a five star handset in the form of the One XL. Unfortunately, battery life just wasn't up to the standard it needs to be. Still, short smartphone battery life is nothing new, so if you're keen on ac...

 
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  Published: 2012-08-21, review by: apcmag.com

  • Abstract:  The One XL is Telstra's version of the very shiny HTC One X. This is HTC's flagship Android phone with the added benefit of 4G LTE. To accommodate that, however, there are crucial internal differences between the X and XL. Where the X has a quad-core T...

 
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  Published: 2012-06-18, review by: gadgetguy.com.au

  • Insanely fast 4G downlink; Above average battery life; Excellent screen; Fantastic camera;
  • Keyboard responsiveness could be improved; No microSD expansion slot;
  • HTC's second handset under the “One” brand to be released in Australia seems to be the real winner, although it will only be useful to those on the Telstra network, bringing excellent performance, a solid build, and some of the best mobile connectivity Au...

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  Published: 2012-06-15, Author: Nic , review by: itnews.com.au

  • Access to superfast mobile download speeds is the primary reason anyone would purchase a 4G phone.With so few 4G phones on the market, users are limited in their choice. That said, both of these phones are excellent devices.The HTC One XL is every bit as ...

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  Published: 2012-06-13, Author: Nic , review by: crn.com.au

  • Abstract:  There are now four phones available on Telstra's 4G network - three of which are HTC devices (the HTC Velocity 4G, HTC One XL and HTC Titan 4G ) with Samsung making the fourth (the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G , as well as one actual 4G tablet).The two newest m...

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  Published: 2012-06-12, Author: Nic , review by: pcauthority.com.au

  • Abstract:  There are now four phones available on Telstra's 4G network - three of which are HTC devices (the HTC Velocity 4G , HTC One XL and HTC Titan 4G ) with Samsung making the fourth (the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G , as well as one actual 4G tablet). The two newes...

 
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