Rated 5 out of 5Â by HAMED BEST
HTC One XL
The HTC One XL puts dual-core power in your hand, opening up a world of lightning-fast web browsing, sharp picture quality and realistic videogames, all displayed in rich 720p HD. .
May 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jerald Gorgeous screen
The screen on this phone looks absolutely amazing, as if it were a sticker pasted on. However, the battery life needs some work.
July 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by wagogamer It's always the battery
I own HTC phones since 2008. I started with the HTC HD2. That was an incredible phone. The whole world changed for me. Later I switched to a HTC HD7, another great mobile. Later on I felt in love with the HTC Titan and I own this phone nowadays.
In the meantime I had a HTC 8x. My first dissapointment with HTC. Now, I've got this HTC ONE XL. I don't have the money to buy the HTC ONE, so let's wait a little longer.
With this phone and every phone from HTC I'm having a great experience. Excellent build quality, the screen is piece of art. But just like every smartphone today (including S4, Iphones etc), the battery just won't last for a whole day. Since I'm used to charge my phones everyday for the last 5 years, I'm giving a 5 All Star Rating for this phone.
October 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by satwanti beat the other brands
i love htc soo much but i just want to beat the iphone and the samsung come on htc add more ideas for example the iphone and its siri and samsung and its galaxy notes pleeeeeeeeeese beat them
December 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Perfect!!!
Simply the best! I'm fan of HTC since 2009, and it always beats the others! Good job, guys! Thank you once again!
January 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by sammy sleek, elegant, fast... and a workhorse
This is the phone that convinced me to switch to android from apple. It has amazing specs., its beautiful and the software feels finished. The camera is amazingly quick and it produces excellent images. The only problem with it is the battery life! Admittedly its not to bad in metropolitan areas (14-16hours) but if you're in and out of reception expect 12 maximum with moderate use. On the plus side it does charge to full very quickly (1-2 hours).
July 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by VoiceOfReason Natural Progression
The Desire was the best phone I ever had (comparable to rock-solid Nokias of the late 90s). In truth there was no need to upgrade as it is still running fine two years on, but I felt the One XL would be the obvious next step.
Screen is impressive, response and feedback is great despite stock Sense ROM/Telstra bloat. Most impressive is the LTE. Biggest let down is that you can't run LTE the whole time as it sucks the life out of the battery. Standby time is dramatically reduced with it on. Having to make a habit of turning it on when I want fast browsing or streaming.
Aesthetically, it's unassuming and uncomplicated. Sort of looks like a Desire offspring in that regard, it looks like it means business without lots of glossiness, faux brushed metal or cheap plastic.
One niggle - power button/volume rocker are too difficult to find quickly and lack feedback. They needs to protrude further and perhaps be finished in something other than the same gloss plastic that surrounds them. I hate to do this, but look at the 'competitions' physical buttons. You can't miss them. And that's a good thing.
July 13, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by TonyW Great phone but not enough memory
I got one through Telstra and it generally worked great. Love the Bluetick, big clear screen and of for most users this is probably more than enough. BUT I have a lot of music and videos and the 24G of memory that is a available for my data is simply too small these days. Lets hope HTC bring out the XL with 64G or with Micro SD for realistic memory for heavy users.
July 16, 2012