So Mobile World Congress has ended and during the three days of the event, we have seen some pretty exciting products with enchanting technical specs from major tech companies. HTC also introduced some of its high end products, among which HTC One XL was noteworthy. What’s remarkable is that the device is ready to be released and can now be pre-ordered, under contract with AT&T, on Best Buy. However, the international model that was previously advertised was known as HTC One X but the model that is being offered at Best Buy happens to be HTC One XL, which would be different from the international model. The international model would come with a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor while the one that is available for pre-orders right now happens to be powered by dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Most probably the international model with better processor would also be available a few weeks after this version is released. Besides, so far the re-orders are being accepted only in the stores and not online.
At present there is no information on the final price of the device. However, $50 can reserve a device for you online, for later purchase. The official release date would take place in April. The technical specifications of this device are pretty impressive. We would have 4.7 inch Super LCD 2 display along with a resolution of 720 x 1280. Hardware specifications include a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm QSM 8960 processor and 1 GB of RAM memory. At present, the phone would be available with a massive internal memory of 32 GB. We would also have an 8 mega pixel rare end camera with the facilities of 1080 p HD video recording, auto focus and flash. Other than this camera, there would also be another 1.3 mega pixel front end camera for the purpose of self-portraits, video conferencing and chatting.
So HTC has also geared up after the Mobile World Congress and in the next few weeks, we would see a few other impressive smart phones from HTC. With the release of iPad 3 and several Samsung devices, next few weeks would be almost showering some of the very best mobile devices upon the users. And with respect to competition, 2012 would probably be the most active year in the history of mobile devices.