HTC One X and One S now on sale in the UK


Continuing its worldwide rollout, the HTC One series is now available from a selection of carriers in the UK. As of today, he HTC One X and HTC One S are on sale through O2, Vodafone, Orange, T-Moble, and Three. The Sense 4.0 handsets are available for free on contract from several of the carriers, depending on the monthly tariff. For those looking to purchase the handset outright, a SIM-free and carrier-unlocked version of the phones can be found through Amazon. The One X is retailing for  £489.99 and the One S is available for  £414.99. The HTC One V should follow its brethren to carriers by the end of the month.

[via The Verge]

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  1. Will wait for the SG3, from what I have seen from youtube once again its a HTC with tinny Video sound recording, not good for listening to more than a few seconds of audio.

  2. You will be seeing us release in q4

  3. My contract ran out Jan. Got one X today. Can’t wait til June or July or whenever Samsung get to releasing GS3. Would be happy with either.

  4. I’m waiting for the S3 as well.

  5. … like the ONE X

  6. Anyone know if the unlocked sim-free version can be used on t-mobile? Engadget was reporting not, based on the apparent lack of support for t-mobiles 1700 band.

  7. I didn’t know what to do but I’ve finally figured out what to do. I’ll get the One X tomorrow and also get the GSIII when it comes out! Splash.

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