HTC recently announced pricing and availability for the HTC One X, One S, and One V, in the central European countries of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Namely, the three devices should be available by April 2 (the same as in China and Taiwan, and three whole days earlier than we previously thought).
Off-contract, manufacturer suggested pricing puts the 4.7-inch quad-core Tegra 3 One X at €599, the 4.3-inch One S at €499, and the less-powerful-but-still-fashionable 3.7-inch One V at €299. Of course, carrier pricing will vary depending on specific subsidies, monthly plans, bundled service options, etc.
German carrier O2 has also confirmed this information on Twitter, and says it expects to start stocking the devices anytime next week.
So this pretty much means that a big chunk of Europe and Asia is covered in this first round of HTC One releases, but what about North and South America? How many of you are planning on grabbing your passports and a handful of euros and catching the next plane to Berlin?[The Unwired]