Australian mobile phone carrier Telstra is currently preparing for the release of a new Android-based smartphone on its airwaves, the HTC One XL.
The company announced plans to make this device available on its network a while ago, but it hasn’t unveiled any other details on it, although the HTC One X (the LTE-less flavor of the phone) is already available in the country.
However, it appears that the carrier has prepared a landing page for the smartphone on its website, and it might soon make it available for pre-order, although the page does nothing at the moment.
Moreover, a recent post on the company’s Facebook page says that all the necessary details regarding the phone’s arrival would be unveiled tomorrow.
In the meantime, we can have a glimpse at what the carrier has in store for this device, courtesy of Ausdroid, which took a better look at the lading page’s code.
The HTC One XL will be up for pre-order online soon (most probably tomorrow) and will bring along a free pair of Beats Audio Solo headphones valued at $299 to all those who reserve a unit on any of Telstra’s Freedom Connect Plans.
Apparently, this is an exclusive deal, which means that the carrier might not have it running for long. Those who are interested in getting the new smartphone should keep an eye out for its arrival, so as to benefit from the promotion.
No info on the phone’s pricing has been unveiled so far, but rumor has it that it will be available for $6 monthly repayments on the company’s $59 Freedom Connect Plan. SIM-free, the phone should go above $700.
Telstra’s HTC One XL can also be seen in the teaser video embedded below, which provides a glimpse at its main specs and capabilities. Keep an eye on this space tuned for more info on it.