It appears that rumors on the upcoming HTC One X release at O2 UK on April 5 were pretty accurate. Moreover it seems that the carrier will have a pretty busy month in April, as the operator is said to start offering other Android-based phones as well.
The folks over at TechnoBuffalo
have just got their hands on an internal O2 document that confirms several release dates and pricing options for several phones in the HTC One and Xperia NXT lineups.
This screenshot of O2’s inventory system unveils that HTC One X
, One S and One V will be available at the UK-based carrier from April 5. The smartphones will be available for free on select plans.
Customers who want to purchase the HTC One X and One S will be required to sign up for at least 500MB of mobile data per month and minimum monthly contracts of £37 and £32, respectively.
On the other hand, the HTC One V will be much cheaper as customers are not required to sign up for any data plan, instead they will have to commit to a minimum monthly contract of £10.50.
Aside from the HTC One series smartphones, O2 plans to introduces two Xperia NXT handsets in the UK, the Xperia P and Xperia U. Both smartphones have been confirmed for April 23.
According to the numbers revealed by the internal document leaked online, Sony Xperia P will be available for free, but customers will have to commit to a 24-month £37 monthly data plan contract. Sony Xperia U
will be free as well, but will require customers to sign up for a 24-month contract with a minimum monthly payment of £10.50.
Although all these pricing options and plans are confirmed by O2’s inventory system they may be subject to change, so stay tuned for more updates on the matter.