The HTC One A9 is the first phone in the HTC One series to offer the Android 6.0 Marshmallow software, and boasts some impressive specs – and it's now available in the UK.
There's a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, a 5-inch Full HD screen and 32GB of storage – but you probably know all about the One A9 already. You're here because you want to get your hands on the phone, so read on to find out how you can do just that.
You can see all the best deals we've found for the HTC One A9 here. Read on for more about what the different operators are providing.
Heading to the UK HTC store just links you to other retailers – the Taiwanese manufacturer isn't selling the A9 direct to UK public at the moment, although it does offer other phones, including the One M9.
You can get your hands on the HTC One A9 right now from the bubbly network. Free phone deals kick off at £33.50 a month, with a grey handset. A Topaz Gold version is exclusive to O2, but it isn't here yet and there's no word on when it'll arrive.
You can also claim some money off the One A9 by trading in your old phone through the O2 Recycle scheme.
Carphone Warehouse is stocking the HTC One A9 with free phone deals starting at £32 a month. You can also buy it SIM-free for £469.99.
The silver version is currently in stock, while you'll have to wait a while to get the grey version.
Giffgaff was the first network to reveal to techradar it'll be stocking the One A9, and the deals are now in. Pay monthly deals start at £19.42 with a £25 upfront cost. You can also buy the phone outright for £449.
Vodafone is stocking the One A9, and the cheapest deal costs £35 a month with a £9 upfront cost. That offers you unlimited texts, 1000 minutes and 1GB of data a month.
EE has the HTC One A9 in stock. The best plan, according to EE, is 2GB of data, 1000 minutes and unlimited texts for £44.99 a month with an upfront cost of £9.99.
Three doesn't seem to be stocking the HTC One A9 in the UK. If that changes we'll update this article.
Mobile Fun is stocking the HTC One A9 for £429.99 SIM-free, and that's the lowest price we've found.
It'll cost a little more if you want to buy it from Unlocked Mobiles at £449.99. Buy Mobiles is also stocking it, but it's even more expensive there at £479.99.