The carrier-subsidized prices of the HTC One X and One S in the UK were revealed last week, but now we also got news of the SIM-free pricing of the two ultra-sleek smartphones in both Britain and Germany.
If you live in the UK and are looking to experience the quad-core prowess of the One X without committing your next two years to a single carrier you'll have to part with about f £479.95. Getting to own the ceramic-coated unibody of the One S will cost the slightly cheaper £429.95.
Both prices come from the Expansys database and while it's possible that there will be retailers to offer the smartphones for less, the differences shouldn't be dramatic.
In Germany the HTC One X is currently on pre-order for €599 at the Saturn website, while some other online retailers are willing to go down to €577.15 (plus €7.90 shipping charges). Switching to the One S lets you save up to €100 - the more compact member of the One duo will go for €499.
Are you getting either of the new HTC smartphones? Their market availability is just a few weeks away, so now looks like a good moment to make up your mind and start saving if you are.
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