It seems like just days since we were at Mobile World Congress getting our grubby paws on the HTC One line for the first time. But today the series' two leading handsets, the HTC One X and One S, have officially launched, meaning you can walk into a store with a few hundred of your favorite currency and leave with the HTC One of your choice.
In the UK, O2, Three, Orange and Vodafone are taking orders for both devices online, and in brick-and-mortar stores. T-Mobile plans to begin offering the One X and One S today too, but it looks like they haven't updated the site yet. If you'd prefer to buy one of HTC's new handsets outright, then SIM-free prices for the One X are around £480 in the UK and €600 in the eurozone. For the One S, it's £420 and €490 respectively.
Be sure to check out our definitive review of the One X, and our preview of the One S for more details on what to expect from both flavors of HTC One. If you've already picked yours up, hit the comments and let us know how you're getting on!
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