I've been using, and loving, the HTC One arrives on AT&T on Apreil 19 with pre-orders starting on April 4. The price is the same as all other high-end smartphones, $199.99 for the 32GB model and $299.99 for the 64GB model.for the past month, and after the component delays, we finally hear positive news that the
In addition to the HTC One, AT&T is throwing in the $90 value HTC Media Link HD wireless adapter so you can enjoy content captured from the HTC One on your big screen.
Given the results of my recent, I am likely going to pick up a 64GB model to replace my Lumia 920. It's too bad that AT&T will apparently have the exclusive on the 64GB model, and given their hesitancy to unlock devices, I am not sure you will be able to buy one and take it to T-Mobile either.
Specific HTC One experiences
In addition to the Android and HTC software elements, AT&T buyers will also find thatis installed on the device. This software helps prevent texting and driving and is a very useful utility that I hope stops this dangerous practice.
Are any readers planning to pick up the new HTC One? Will you be looking to buy one from AT&T, T-Mobile, or Sprint?