First, it came out with the Developers Edition that packed in 64GB of storage plus an unlocked bootloader for keen fanatics to start playing around with.
Now HTC America is selling the One phone from its own web store.
It’s priced at $575 and for that, you get 32GB of on-board storage but you lose the unlocked bootloader. Still, that’s not likely to matter for most users.
The big deal however is the fact that the phone is unlocked so you’re free to choose your own network provider.
At this stage, it still only comes with Android 4.1 but it includes everything else – the Full HD screen, quad-core processor and LTE support in available markets.
HTC will soon be up against stiff competition when Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is released over the next few days and it’ll be interesting to see which phone comes out on top.
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