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Just as HTC announced its new One line of Android-powered smartphones, Clove, in an HTC One blog takeover, announced that pre-orders are now open for all three devices. Clove also divulged each device's price, full specs, and expected release date.

HTC One X

The HTC One X, perhaps the most impressive of the new line, is slated for release on April 5th, carrying a price tag of £410.00 (or about $645) not including VAT. On top of its awesome specs (listed in the handy image below), the One X is available in either white or grey. While it appears that the international version of the One X will carry a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, it's worth noting that AT&T's version (which will debut later) will in fact be running with a dual-core Snapdragon S4.

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Customers can preorder the HTC One X in white or grey directly from Clove Technology.

HTC One S

Next in the lineup is the One S, a slightly smaller, more conservative device  with slightly toned down specs. The One S, like it's more super-powered counterpart, is expected to launch April 5th, though it's also carrying a more conservative price tag of £375.00 (about $590 US not including VAT). The One S is headed for T-Mobile (after international launch), and will maintain its international specs.

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The HTC One S can be preordered from Clove here.

HTC One V

The HTC One V, the smallest of the bunch, carries lower specs than the other two devices, and a much smaller screen. Featuring a 3.7" display, 1GHz Processor, and 4GB of internal storage, the HTC One V is aimed at those on a budget, and has a price to match. The One V will run customers £220.00 without factoring in VAT, which is about $346 US.

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The One V is also slated for a later release date, waiting to debut until April 26th. The One V can be pre-ordered here.

To view Clove's HTC One blog takeover, or to watch Clove's series of One-centric vlogs, head over to the source link below.

Source: Clove

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • Notidatem

    When about will they announce what carriers and how much they will be on contract?

    • Deltaechoe

      We won't know until carriers start to circulate papers that get into the hands of our loose lipped friends

  • http://www.htc.com HTCSucksAss

    I'm surprised no one is complaining about how badly these phones suck.

    1) Ugly. Another ugly phone by HTC.
    2) Capacitive buttons. This is just ridicules. Obviously they want to have one platform and install Windows and Android on one device. Terrible. I'll never buy capacitive button phone.
    3) HTC just sucks. I had a Nexus One and it was horrible. Glass cracked super easily. EVO was a joke. 2 hour battery life.
    4) Sense is buggy crap that eats battery life.

    HTC is dead, just give up. What a bunch of losers.

  • sonny

    Really EVO 4G 2hr of battery life I've had mine for almost 2yrs and I can get 10hrs of normal use with stock Android 2.3.5 and I like galaxy nexus on-screen buttons bit can't say shit til u actual have ur hands if u don't like it don't buy I have other options

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