Mobile networks Three and Orange have named a number of new phones unveiled at the Mobile World Congress which they will stock later this year.
Both networks will be offering Sony’s Xperia U, described as a “stylish, premium” handset which runs Google’s Android operating system and features a 3.5” screen, a 5 megapixel camera and 720 HD recording.
Orange says it will be the exclusive stockist for the white model of the handset.
The two companies will also stock the new HTC One X and HTC One S Android handsets, with Three also offering the HTC One V.
The new HTC One brand brings the firm’s handsets together under an umbrella brand and with common features.
The One X offers a 4.7” HD screen, an eight megapixel camera and HD video while the S features a new, thin design.
The lower-specced V is billed as “a smartphone packed full of the latest technology at an affordable price” and features a five megapixel camera and 3.7” screen.
Prices and availability for all handsets will be available in the coming weeks