A few hours ago, we’ve reported about the online availability of the HTC One handset over at T-Mobile website. It looks like the device is now available from a couple of other largest carriers and a large chain of retailers in the United States. AT&T, and Sprint have also joined T-Mobile to begin selling the HTC One handset from today. Many buyers are obviously looking for the HTC One handset, although it is going to have stiff competition from Samsung Galaxy S4 in the coming weeks, which is salted to hit the U.S. by the end of this month.
Users can now grab the HTC One from Walmart, Target, Amazon.com, Best Buy, Radio Shack, Costco, Car Toys, Sam’s Club, HSN.com, as well as HTC.com.
The 32GB edition of the device is now available for $199.99 with a two-year contract on Sprint, but if you wish to port your number to The Now Network, you will get $100 off, which makes it affordable at just $99 on new contract. On the other side, AT&T is charging $199 for the 32GB variant, while the 64GB variant will set you back $299.99. Of course, you’ll be required to sign a two-year contract with AT&T. Please note that no other carrier is offering 64GB One, except AT&T.
HTC One comes with 4.7-inch Full HD LCD3 1080p screen, 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, no SD card slot. It has got the much-hyped UltraPixel camera (technically, its 4P sensor). There is a new feature introduced to take advantage of this camera, called HTC Zoe, which helps you to capture a series of shots and a short video, and it will also buffer the frames before you press the shutter button. The company has in its press release that “The highly anticipated and award-winning HTC One strives to reinvent the mobile experience with its full-metal, zero-gap unibody design; a re-imagined home screen with HTC BlinkFeed; a breakthrough camera that shoots hi-res images that come to life with HTC Zoe; and is the first phone with dual front-facing stereo speakers with HTC BoomSound.”
T-Mobile will have it in stores from April 24th, as they reported earlier. It costs $99.99 down, and you will sign a two-year plan by paying at $20/month for 24 months. It is also offering a free Car Dock with HTC One’s purchase. So, what are you waiting for? Hit the appropriate links at below to grab it from any one of the U.S. carriers.
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