Earlier this afternoon HTC lifted the veil of secrecy and unleashed the HTC 10 onto the world. If you've seen the announcement post and decided that you like what you see, then you might be wondering where you can get one.
To save you the hassle of searching the internet for the best deals, here's a roundup of all the retailers and networks confirmed to be selling the HTC 10 when it launches at the end of the month.
HTC already has the HTC 10 up for pre-order, available in silver, gold, and grey. Buying one will set you back £569, plus £3.82 shipping. There's no word on when it'll ship, but if you must pre-order right now then you can do so here.
Carphone Warhouse has confirmed that it will be carrying the HTC 10 on all major networks, including its own MVNO iD. No pricing is available just yet, but Carphone has confirmed deals and pricing will be made available when pre-orders open on 13th April (which is tomorrow). The retailer also revealed that it will be exclusively offering the HTC 10 in Gold.
While pricing details are being kept secret for now, EE has confirmed that it will be selling the HTC 10. Customers opting to buy from EE will have access to the network's 4G+ high speed mobile internet, as well as Wi-Fi calling. As an extra incentive, EE has confirmed that its 4G calling (VoLTE) service will be available on the HTC 10 later this year.
Three has confirmed that it will be carrying the HTC 10, but has yet to reveal details on pricing and bundles. Anyone who purchases the HTC 10 with Three will also be entitled to the usual perks, including 4G at no extra cost, a six-month free subscription to Deezer, and the option to use your allowances in 18 foreign countries without extra charges as part of the network's 'Feel at Home' programme.