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HTC Australia has advised today via Twitter that their newest flagship phone – the HTC One – is now available to experience at selected Vodafone stores in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and the ACT. Unfortunately for Northern Territory residents it doesn’t appear there are any locations for you. But for those interested, you can check out this list :

Vodafone HTC One

While you can’t actually purchase a HTC One until the 23rd of April; the ability to go in store and check out the features on the HTC One like Boom Sound, the Ultra-Pixel camera, Blink Feed and New Sense!

The Ultra-Pixel camera would be one of the major reasons why HTC wants to get the phone out into hands of the public. It’s a good way to go check out HTCs latest flagship and see what you think for yourself.

  • PointZeroOne

    Surprised the Melbourne CBD store doesn’t get one.

    • http://ausdroid.net/ James Finnigan

      Surprised, and disappointed! I want to see it, and I can’t really get out to the suburbs easily during the day.

  • No One

    Closest one to me is Highpoint which is 30 minutes driving

  • Sean Royce

    I tried this today at a Vodaphone store, I didn’t have extremely high expectations. But iI was hopeful. I will admit, it was an absolutely excellent device. I wanted one there and then. It was very very smooth, fluid, and didn’t at all seem buggy for the minute or two that I tried it. If only the screen was a tiny bit larger.

  • Obliterator

    Sweet! It’s at Queen Street, 10 min bus from my place. Totally want to see this phone. This is what swayed me from buying the Galaxy S4.

  • Hikari0307

    Ah, I thought it was weird that I saw one in the vodafone store in the Brisbane CBD last weekend so early.

  • pcoussa

    What about Tasmania?

  • GreviousMcG

    Just went to have a look at the phone at the Vodafone store in Booragoon. I have to stay that I was quite impress with it. It’s definitely a nice looking phone and was quite surprise on how thin it was. Also it doesn’t look that big compare with the Sony Xperia Z which was alongside it. Kudos to the HTC design department.