HTC One lands in U.K. next week, U.S., Europe, and Asia in April

HTC offered more soft details on when fans can expect to see its marquee phone, but no hard dates.

After a delay that's stalled HTC's sale of its flagship HTC One, the company has now announced the phone's availability for several markets.

HTC will start stocking shelves with the One in the U.K., Germany, and Taiwan next week. Most other markets in North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region will follow by the end of April.

HTC acknowledged the shipping delay in a statement, saying: "We appreciate our customers' patience, and believe that once they have the phone in their hands they will agree that it has been worth the wait."

CNET editor Brian Bennett calls the HTC One's design "stunning" and notes that it has one of the best screen experiences on the market. Read Brian's full hands-on with the HTC One here.

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