HTC's upcoming quad-core-rocking Tegra 3-powered HTC One handset is headed to Australia's largest and fastest national mobile network, Telstra. Telstra confirmed the news today, that they are "bringing two of the newly unveiled HTC One handsets" to Australia.
Telstra are just teasing though, because they're keeping the exact models under wraps for the moment, but have said to look out for some more news in the coming months. They do state that you can register your interest to receive more information as it's released, here.
HTC's One handset should be one of the biggest to compete against this year. Sporting a 4.7-inch screen, as well as LTE-powered models with Qualcomm-based chips in them, those without 4G LTE will sport NVIDIA's Tegra 3 system-on-a-chip. Other models include a 4.3-inch-sporting HTC One V, which we reported would be made available for the "broader mass-market audience", something I think Telstra will target.
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