One for all you HTC-watchers out there: the imaginitively titled HTC One slew of new handsets are set to go on sale in Europe next week.
The bad news is that it's Central Europe we're talking about, with HTC still not willing to confirm when its next-gen Android phones will go on sale here in Blighty.
The HTC One X, One S and One V caused quite a stir when they were unveiled at Mobile World Congress last month, no surprise considering they run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box, with the newly updated Sense 4 UI sitting nicely on top.
HTC has now annouced that the trio of handsets will make their official debut on European soil in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on Monday, and while HTC isn't saying a word on the subject, a UK launch surely can't be too far off now.
Previous rumours had suggested a UK on-sale date of April 5, but considering that's less than a week away now and HTC still hasn't said anything, that's now looking highly unlikely.
Networks including Vodafone are now taking pre-orders for the handsets and you can also register to buy one through the usual SIM-free channels.