Friday, August 10, 2012

Android 4.1 OS Based HTC One XL Upgraded Version Exposed

Previously, a mobile phone named HTC Evitare_UL PM63100 has been exposed and be talked about a lot, for the reason that the Glbenchmark testing software implied it would adopt NVIDIA Tegra 3+ quad-core processor and support LTE network. And now the latest NenaMark2 test shows that this mobile phone will run on Android 4.1.1 operating system. It is expected to release as the upgraded version of HTC One XL in the near future.

Running on Android 4.1.1 OS

In a new report, HTC provides the most upgrades on system among cell phone manufacturers, and the good habit is also given to new phone models. As an upgraded version of HTC One XL, the latest NenaMark2 test information leaked shows HTC PM63100 will run on Android 4.1.1 OS, which is with a hint that users will gain more fluid user experience.

In addition, the improvements on new upgraded version bring about fluid UI, interface icon automatic arrangement, speech keyboard, multi languages support, braille language input, picture shooting ability improvement, and enhancement to notice center etc.. At the same time, improvements on Google Now intelligent search and Play Store will definitely bring great user experience.

NVIDIA Tegra 3+ Quad-core Processor

NVIDIA Tegra 3+ quad-core processor is employed by this phone. The main characteristics are: improving the main frequency to 1.7GHz, integrating LTE chip and working in LTE network. Therefore, the phone with NVIDIA Tegra 3+ quad-core processor is also regarded as the upgraded version of HTC One XL.

Although we have no further information about this new handset, as the upgraded version of HTC One XL, it is for sure that its main configuration will continue the previous standards, for instance, 4.7-inch 720p (720 x 1280 pixels) touch screen, 1GB RAM and 16GB memory space.

AT&T Customization

It supports LTE network, so in order to realize video calling function, this phone will adopt double-camera design, 1.3-million-pixel front-facing camera and 8-million-pixel main camera, BSI sensor and support the latest HTC ImageChip image processing chip, 0.2-second focus speed, 0.7-second camera startup, static image taking during video shooting.

It is reported that this phone will be launched by American operator AT&T, but specific release date is still not clear.

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