HTC One coming to all Australian carriers

Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin Mobile all set to sell HTC One in Australia
The HTC One will be sold on all major Australian carriers.

The HTC One will be sold on all major Australian carriers.

HTC's new One Android smartphone will be sold through all major Australian carriers, the company confirmed today.

Read our preview of the HTC One here

The HTC One is the company's latest flagship Android smartphone and was unveiled overnight at multiple events in New York and London. The phone debuts a new camera technology called 'UltraPixel' and comes with a revamped, tile-based home screen dubbed 'BlinkFeed'.

While there's been no word yet on an official Australian release date or pricing details, HTC did confirm the One will be available through multiple carriers in Australia. Telstra, Optus, Vodafone Australia and Virgin Mobile are identified among a total of 183 global carriers that will sell the device.

The HTC One is expected to be available for purchase in Australia next month, though there's been no word yet on a fixed release date or pricing details. The phone is 4G compatible in Australia on the 1800MHz network band.

HTC Australia will officially unveil the One at a media event in Sydney tomorrow.

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Ross Catanzariti

Ross Catanzariti

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Topics: android phones, htc, htc one, mobile phones, Android, smartphones, jelly bean

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