The new HTC One phone features a Full HD (1920×1080-pixel) 4.7-inch LCD screen powered by Qualcomm’s popular Snapdragon 600 APQ8064 quad-core processor.
And now, ubergizmo is reporting that AT&T and Sprint are set to offer new Black editions of the phone. According to reports, AT&T has scored the 64GB on-board storage version as an exclusive while Sprint has nabbed the 32GB version.
This comes on the back of news that HTC has released the source code to the phone’s kernel, its Linux core, allowing those with the skills to open the hood and get cracking on modifications.
The source code, with kernel version 3.4.10, is now available for download at HTC’s developers’ website HTCdev.
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