HTC’s latest Android devices are arriving on a number of carriers here in the U.K., with Orange, O2, Three, and Vodafone already confirming they’re on-board. Today, T-Mobile throws its hat into the ring, announcing its pricing for both the One X and One S, with availability from April 5.
The One S is, of course, the cheapest of the two handsets — available for free on 24-month contracts starting at £36 (approx. $58) per month. While the One X — HTC’s first smartphone to pack a quad-core processor — is free on 24-month contracts starting at £41 (approx. $66) per month.
It’s unclear what you actually get for your money at this point, but Pocket-lint notes that those aren’t the cheapest prices for these devices in the U.K. While they do match those offered by Vodafone, you’ll pay slightly less if you get them from Three, which is offering the One S from £35 (approx. $56) per month, and the One X from £38 (approx. $61) per month.
T-Mobile will be selling the device in-store and online from April 5, but be sure to check out our review of the One X before then to see if it’s worth your hard-earned cash.
Will you be picking up the One X or One S from T-Mobile?