O2 might become the first British mobile network to start selling the HTC One X – announced last month at MWC 2012 as HTC’s latest high-end Android smartphone, and the first to feature a quad-core processor.
According to this tweet coming from O2, the One X is due to arrive on April 5 – the same day when the handset is expected to become available in the UK SIM-free. Pricing details are missing for the moment, but O2 will surely offer the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich device for free on select plans.
The HTC One S and HTC One V are going to be sold by O2 as well, although the network didn’t provide exact launch dates for them. They’re expected to be out in April, too.
Orange and Three UK have also announced that they’d offer HTC’s new One smartphones (including the One X), sometime “in the second quarter of the year” – hence possibly in April. It remains to be seen if any of the two will beat O2 to the punch in releasing the One X.
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