HTC's One series appears ready for primetime, as the company has just announced all three of its new Android handsets will launch in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on Monday of next week. The One X is the 4.7-inch flagship handset, the One S is the 4.3-inch Super AMOLED midranger, and the One V is the 3.7-inch budget option, though all three run a Sense-skinned Android 4.0 right out of the box. We already knew HTC was targeting early April for the global launch of its One smartphone family, which has been corroborated repeatedly by UK pre-orders pointing to a release next week as well. Now it's just a matter of waiting out the last few days.
The recommended prices in the three German-speaking countries announced today are as follows: the One X is priced at €599 or 719 Swiss francs (CHF), the One S will cost €499 / CHF599, and the One V will be €299 / CHF349. Carriers are, of course, free to deviate from the MSRP, and on-contract deals will alter how much you have to pay up front, but those are the guidance numbers for anyone looking to guess at prices for other European markets.
To compare the different specs and features among the One X, One S, and One V, check out our handy comparison tool. Then maybe you can answer Sushubh's burning question in our forums: "HTC One S or HTC One X?"