The HTC One is now official, but when is it coming and for how much? So far the only firm date we have is March 15th for the UK.
Users in the United Kingdom can expect the phone to cost £70 on a 2-year contract through EE. The phone will also arrive on O2 and Vodafone on the same day, but no word on the pricing on these other two carriers. For those looking to buy off-contract, Clove will carry the handset around the same time period for £425 (plus VAT).
Alright, what about the United States and Canada? Canadian users? Those in Canada will find the handset on Bell, Telus and Rogers, though no word on the pricing or the release date. The United States will see the phone arrive through Sprint, T-mobile and AT&T, again no word on pricing or exact dates. Unfortunately, Verizon users are going to have to remain content with the HTC Droid DNA, as no plans for a Big Red release have been unveiled.
If you live in another country outside of North America and Europe, don’t worry, there is a good chance the HTC One could be heading your way. HTC announced the phone will launch in 80 countries over 185 mobile operators/retailers, making this the largest rollout in the company’s history.
So what do you think of the HTC One, excited or not?
[ source ]