If you’ve been looking forward to HTC’s new One phones and you’re out of the US, it looks like the wait is almost over. According to reports online, HTC will be shipping its One X and One V handsets on April 2nd – next Monday. The phones will be arriving in China and Taiwan first, while the HTC One X is said to be arriving in the UK on April 6th. The HTC One X is the next flagship Android device from HTC, while the One V will lie on the opposite end of the spectrum as an entry-level smartphone, but both of them will be running on Android Ice Cream Sandwich – quite a rare sight to see. Both devices should be released in the US sometime later this year, but the impatient can probably import unlocked units beforehand. Anybody looking forward to the HTC One X or One V?
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