Prior to the HTC One flagship smartphone from Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC, there was the HTC One X (and of course, following that, other variants of sorts like the HTC One XL, HTC One S and HTC One V were also released). I guess you could more or less say that the bunch of smartphones which were released by the folks over at HTC in the year 2012 did not really disappoint when it comes to hardware specifications, as the displays were more or less decent, the processors were not underpowered, and overall, the design was pleasant to look at, even in a polycarbonate case. The thing is, HTC was already on the downslide, and it took the HTC One to really have people stop and pay attention. Still, is there hope for the HTC One XL to have new legs?
Apparently, the answer would be in the affirmative. CyanogenMod for the HTC One XL, especially version 10.1, has given the HTC One XL a new lease of life, where nightly builds of the CyanogenMod 10.1 for the HTC One XL is now available, and you should be able to see it deliver a new and improved user experience with the injection of newer features.