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HTC One hits UK retailers following delays

The HTC One has finally hit UK mobile network retailers after release date delays caused by unprecedented demand and issues with the UltraPixel camera components.

Three, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile, EE and O2 will all be offering the HTC One, along with mobile phone retailers Phones4U and Carphone Warehouse.

Tariffs start at £33 for a 24 month contract for anyone looking to get the flagship handset for free.  

The handset will start shipping from April 3 from the majority of stockists, so fans will just have to wait until after Easter to get their hands on one.

HTC One Features
The HTC One features the new UltraPixel camera alongside the HTC Zoe software, which revolutionises the normal still photo gallery into an animated memory bank. The UltraPixel camera automatically takes a 3-second video and 20 still frames with every shutter press, making what once was a still picture into a short animation.

Offering a stunning 4.7-inch Full 1080p HD display, the HTC One has an image density of 468ppi and runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS via its speedy 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM.

The latest HTC Sense UI introduces the HTC BlinkFeed feature which pulls together information from over 1,400 media sources for a customisable notification stream on the home screen.

A 2-megapixel front-facing camera is also included as well as a 2300mAh battery, a duo of HTC BoomSound front-facing speakers and Beats Audio innards. The flagship handset also packs Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and 4G connectivity.

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