With an announcement a few hours ago, the HTC One-Series of smartphones, including the HTC One X, One S, and One V, now quick getting details on pricing and availability worldwide as well, along with those for the One XL, which we heard mentioned earlier.
Considering United States (US), the HTC One X and HTC One S smartphones will hit AT&T and T-Mobile retailers respectively. The AT&T version of HTC One X might be released under the retail name of One XL, and it will come equipped with dual core Qualcomm processor clocking at 1.5GHz to support LTE connectivity.
While HTC One S is expected to be available this spring from T-Mobile at retail stores, the both One X and One S, internationally, are expected for early April, and should be priced for $650 and $590 before taxes respectively. However, the HTC One V might cost you around $350.
However, the only functional differences I’ve learnt are the lack of LTE and NFC on the One S.
Considering United Kingdom (UK) availability, the online UK retailer Clove has just announced, while HTC One X and One S will be available on April 5, the HTC One V is expected to arrive on April 26 in the country. Head over to here for Clove’s HTC products page. The Three and Vodafone (while the carrier will only be carrying the One X and the One S) will also carrying the devices, but as yet I can’t offer any possible pricing or availability information. Additionally, third party retailer Phones4U has added both the black and white One X to their coming soon page also.
SIM-Free HTC One-Series Prices in the UK:
HTC One X: £410.00 (£492.00 incl VAT)
HTC One S: £375.00 (£450.00 incl VAT)
HTC One V: £220.00 (£264.00 incl VAT)
For more information on the all devices, feel free to read my article here. Stay tuned with TS, as we’ll keep you guys posted with exact release date and pricing as well, when these devices go official.