Alleged HTC One XXL with 2GB RAM, quad-core leaked online (EDIT)

Alleged HTC One XXL with 2GB RAM, quad-core leaked online (EDIT)

Details of an alleged HTC One XXL have landed online this week, pointing to an improved hardware experience for the company’s flagship Android smartphone.  According to information obtained by German tech blog SmartDroid (translate), HTC is developing a variant of the XL which includes 2GB RAM and a quad-core CPU*, and LTE support.  Said to feature a 4.7-inch display like its brethren, the XXL reportedly features a slightly different Adreno 320 GPU.

EDIT: The screen shot does not indicate as to which CPU this model would have, however the source advises Qualcomm Snapdragon S4.

It’s a bit early to tell whether this is going to be hitting U.S. soils nor when it will actually be announced.  HTC has a pretty solid track record of releasing two big flagship devices per year so it stands to reason that we could have this arrive in the fall.  We’ll be anxious to see if we’re able to get a quad-core CPU and LTE on U.S. carrier by the end of 2012.

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    • GuidedByVices
      June 22, 13:13 Reply

      Totally agree. If only there was a logical progression after “One”.

    • Lee Lupo
      June 24, 20:34 Reply

      I find I don’t care what it’s called — I don’t pay attention to marketers’ blather; all I care about is the hardware and the performance. Give me a great screen, fast processor, plentiful memory and timely OS updates and I’m happy. If it looks good too, that’s a plus. But what they call it, I don’t care. I don’t spend an inordinate amount of time discussing my Android phone with other people.

  1. raitchison
    June 22, 14:35 Reply

    Agree the name is stupid but what I really want to know is does it have a replaceable battery or at least a big enough battery to get through a full day 2 years after I bought it?

  2. Rohan Mathur
    June 22, 20:56 Reply

    Also, whats up with the font in the screenshots? Looks pretty fake to me…

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