Screen is excellent.
EE's 4G speeds weren't as fast as we'd have hoped.
Poor battery life.
By Whathifi.com on September 12, 2013
Overall the HTC One XL is a very capable phone. It's well designed, with an excellent camera and a large screen making it perfect for watching videos. Its big let down, though, is its battery life, which we found to be noticeably worse than other...80
By Good Gear Guide on February 27, 2013
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...-
By Trusted Reviews on December 29, 2012
HTC One XL - Design The HTC One XL is essentially a version of the HTC One X that that has had a bit of a redesign to let it take advantage of EE's 4G network. Although outwardly very similar to the One X, internally it's had a bit of a rejig....80
By itproportal.com on December 17, 2012
There are things about the HTC One XL that really impress. The screen and camera are definite highlights. The battery life, however, is in this case a deal-breaker, and if I were looking for an LTE handset I would be likely to shop around for better....70
By Expert Reviews on November 23, 2012
A new chipset for an already excellent handset makes it a great 4G alternative to the mighty Samsung S3 LTE...80
By The Inquirer on November 13, 2012
However, with the handset struggling to produce speeds twice as fast as those on our 3G handset and barely matching the HTC One X in terms of specifications, is the One XL really worth the high...70
By 3G UK on November 07, 2012
Like its predecessor, the HTC One XL proves to be a neat handset for media fans, despite that shorter battery life when streaming movies. With full 4G LTE support on offer, you’ll be streaming HD films without any buffering or stuttering, which is...80
By APC Magazine on August 21, 2012
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...90
By Gadget Guy Australia on June 18, 2012
HTC’s top-tier One X handset has received an upgrade of sorts, with the company keeping the design, changing a few specs, and making it possible for the handset to jump onto Telstra’s 4G network in the faster HTC One XL. The latest of...90
By CNET Australia on June 06, 2012
The One XL is just like the One X, but with 4G network speeds. It also benchmarks faster, though it's similarly held back by its battery...85