As impressive as the specs are, it’s rather hard to tell whether customers will lap up the HTC One once it hits stores. But one thing is clear is that HTC has no problem convincing a great number of mobile operators worldwide – 185 of them to be exact — to sell the flagship handset.

For those who live in Australia, you might be interested to know that all major carriers in the country will add the HTC One to their Android smartphone lineup, a list that includes Telstra, Vodafone, and Optus.

While the three carriers have officially stated that they’ll be carrying the HTC One, the full pricing and availability details haven’t been shared yet. It’s worth to mention that HTC said that the device will only go on sale after March 15, so it’s best not to expect the phone to land so soon.

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