Unveiled yesterday in NYC, HTC One has been confirmed to more than 185 carriers worldwide. The smartphone will be available for purchase beginning March, but that will also depend on the location.
Canadians will be happy to know that all three major carriers will offer the HTC One starting next month.
According to MobileSyrup, the Taiwanese handset maker has announced that its new Android flagship device will launch at TELUS, Bell, Rogers and Virgin Mobile.
Additional Canadian carriers might pick the HTC One later on, but for now, these four are the first to add it to their portfolios.
HTC One is supposed to be the first device that comes to market equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor inside.
This is the same CPU that powers the recently announced Optimus G Pro, though LG’s top tier smartphone is likely to hit shelves a bit later.