When you expect something for too long, it’s arrival becomes a dream-come-true. This is exactly the feeling we have for the HTC One line. We have been covering it a lot, comparing and reviewing every feature, and now it’s time to finally talk about its debut in the UK.
Just as HTC promised, both the HTC One X and the One S were launched on April 5. Naturally, all UK carriers, namely O2, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile and Three, jumped in to have their own share of sales. The prices are different with every carrier, so you will have quite a big variety to choose from.
As of now, only O2 is taking orders for the pair. The HTC One X can be acquired completely free from O2 on a two–year contract. Thankfully, the On and On plan includes unlimited minutes for only £36 a month. In the meantime, T-Mobile has not yet announced the official date it will start taking orders (and even pre-orders). Orange and Vodafone are also in the game.
If you live in the UK, you’re probably luckier to have so many offers available, compared to the US users who can choose either AT&T or go with Sprint’s personal HTC One X version.
If you are not up to any contract, £490 ($780) will make a way for the HTC One X right into your hands. The price for the off-contract HTC One S is £415 ($660) on Amazon.
As the two most desirable phones from the HTC One line are already out, there’s nothing left than just tell “Enjoy!” to all HTC One current and potential users.