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Looks like a photo of the HTC One was leaked, featuring its new front panel. Evleaks, which has a history of accurate disclosures, has revealed the photo and it might just be the real thing.
HTC made over its popular smartphone and replaced the three-button combo with just a back and a home button. Moreover, it now has two speakers on both ends, which should make multimedia experience a lot satisfactory.
On the other hand, the new HTC One will feature a 4.7" 1080p standard display with 468 pixels per inch. Considering the leaked photo and some previous reports, the HTC One will run on Krait quad core Qualcomm APQ8064 chipset and 2 GB RAM. It might also feature HTC Sense 5.0 for its user interface, instead of Android 4.2 as earlier hinted.
In addition, Flicker was abuzz with a photo that was allegedly taken by the HTC One with its 13MP cam, which is also said to feature "ultrapixels". There will be concurrent events to possibly launch the HTC One on the 19th in New York and London.
In two days, HTC will launch its number one smartphone, the HTC One and a black one is ready for offer, aside from the silver variant that is previously shown on released official HTC One photos.
One of the major changes in appearance includes the two-button controls on the bottom of the phone, which are not present on its predecessor. Also, since HTC will launch on different continents simultaneously, it seems to imply that the black HTC will be launched in the US and the silver one in London, at least judging by the press shot.
Furthermore, all major US carriers will offer HTC One on their smartphone line-up and Verizon is said to launch the latest HTC One version last. Prices will vary depending on the memory but must not extraordinarily go beyond $300. This is a 4.7-incher and runs on 1.7GHz quad core Snapdragon.
HTC is finally sticking to just one flagship carrier as opposed to announcing and releasing a barrage of One-devices, which can only confuse buyers. The Taiwanese firm lost steam against bigger players such as Samsung and Apple and its recent plan to concentrate on the HTC One for the entire year is a move welcomed by many. HTC will definitely make some much-needed changes if it plans to recapture the market with its sleek-looking and well-designed smartphones.
While some fans of other high-end HTC devices were a bit disappointed, this move will enable the company to put emphasis on a core smart phone that can be offered on different carriers. Unless, of course, it breaks its promise, much like what happened with the HTC One X last year.
Some hopefuls are still waiting for HTC to release a phone that uses the Snapdragon 800 processor or maybe a 5-incher. As for now, no one knows if HTC officials will really stick to their plan this time. This might just be a way to keep our eyes off a hidden project, don't you think?
Rogers, a Canada carrier has confirmed that it is taking pre-orders for the HTC One. Those who want to get hold of HTC's flagship phone can already pre-order online, so they will beat out others who would also want to try it first among themselves.
Order before March 22nd and you will be eligible to win a Sharp HDTV along with a media accessory from HTC. Furthermore, Rogers will slash at least $100 off if you would exchange your old smartphone for an HTC One. This amount could even be higher if your smartphone's value is more than $100.
However, the caveat is that you will have to stay with the carrier for at least 3 years, which is a typical term for a plan in Canada. Rogers is putting it at $149.99.
Also, HTC looks like they are already allowing bootloader unlocking and are already supporting developers may have better custom ROMs than what the stock HTC One has. This makes it a really attractive smartphone to own.
It looks like HTC One will not be available on March 15th or if it will be; only a few units might possibly be distributed to retail stores because of parts shortage. As if it's not enough, HTC is actually experiencing shortage of two types of components and these are the camera module and the voice coil motor.
Initially, only an average of 1M units will be shipped in the next two months because of this shortage. Let's hope that HTC will be able to bounce back because, like it or not, there are many who are rooting for the HTC One and are actually labeling it the underdog versus Galaxy S 4 and other leading phones in the market.
This can actually be a good move by the Taiwanese company because they would not want to be overshadowed by the possible success of the Galaxy S 4 launch on March 14th. Introducing the HTC One at a later date will make it possible for them to gather more steam. This is HTC's final chance to redeem their brand and they have to make it right and timing is also quite important.
HTC One is experiencing a major logistical nightmare with the shortage in components that are used to make its Ultrapixel camera. For this reason, the HTC One will not be launched by Verizon anytime soon. Furthermore, it will only be delivered to the carrier after all other US carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have all received their HTC One units. Talk about a major delay!
HTC also has not revealed a specific date of launched. What was originally slated on March 15th was moved to the 29th, and who knows when? Some see this as a move to possibly dispel residual Samsung Galaxy S 4 hype, since the Korean device will be launched a day before.
Verizon might also prevent losing HTC clients by launching other phones by the manufacturer instead. There are talks that it might introduce the HTC One as a Droid device. It appears that Verizon will not go without offering some kind of an HTC flagship that has an Ultrapixel camera and the works.
If there ever was a time for HTC to be extremely timely with their products, now is it. But with the delay in shipment caused by issues with production, they are losing precious time in creating interest into HTC One because unless you have plenty of money to spend on marketing, you won't be able to capture people's attention without a unit.
Adding to the insult is that this might be HTC's last chance to save itself from the effects of bad internal decisions. With the sleek aluminum design of the HTC One, it is very hard not to like. Also, personally, HTC has created pretty good smartphones from the Nexus to the HD 2. However, they were not able to sustain it and it reflected on various aspects of their business.
If the HTC One does not get shipped this month and that the Company does not do all it can to come up with deadlines, then their flagship devices would have to deal with more scene stealers from Sony, Motorola, LG and even Apple, at worst, it could mean the demise for the formerly innovative company.
Source: Yahoo News
HTC announced that HTC One will only be available in North America on the last week of April due to shortage of parts of its camera. Although this may sound quite disappointing, the company actually did not expect to see more people interested on the HTC One since it is literally competing against the phone of the year, which is the Samsung Galaxy S IV.
First markets to receive the HTC One are Germany and UK, along with Taiwan, which is the home of the company. All others need to wait until April to get their units-if HTC shipments do materialize before April ends.
Here's the statement from HTC
HTC has seen unprecedented demand for and interest in the new HTC One, and the care taken to design and build it is evidenced in early reviews. The new HTC One will roll out in the UK, Germany and Taiwan next week and across Europe, North America and most of Asia-Pacific before the end of April. We appreciate our customers' patience, and believe that once they have the phone in their hands they will agree that it has been worth the wait.
Originally, HTC planned to launch the One on March 15th but immediately retracted the time to March 29th because of the shortage in components. Also, for this reason, some markets would have to wait before they can get their hands on this much-awaited smartphone by the quietly brilliant company. Delays do happen when it comes to launches, however, let's hope that this is the last time that the date will be moved again.
The HTC One X is a touchscreen-based, slate-sized smartphone designed and manufactured by HTC. It runs the Android 4.1.1 mobile operating system with the HTC Sense 4+ graphical user interface. By date, it was the first HTC phone to be equipped with a quad-core processor and made it the fastest HTC phone to date. The One X was announced on February 26, 2012 at the Mobile World Congress, and considered as a flagship product of HTC One series.
HTC might really have a legitimate reason to announce that pre-orders for the HTC One have exceeded their expectations and that more people in US have pre-registered for info and to purchase their flagship smartphone.
If anything, HTC truly needs plenty of similar news and encouragement since they have suffered a lot of set-backs last year and this year is no exception. The company is in a tough predicament following the delay of shipment and launch of its HTC One in various key markets. Because of this, it may have to launch very close to the Samsung Galaxy S 4's, which is quite a competition to beat.
Another likely rival is Sony's waterproof Xperia Z, which has been aggressively marketing its newest smartphone over Europe and Asia. Because of the delay in the production of components, the company will only be able to ship less than 300,000 units, which can easily push away potential HTC One clients who are not willing to wait too long.
According to a screenshot taken by the folks at Engadget, it looks to us like the cheapest HTC One on contract will be priced at $250. Engadget did not receive any official information regarding the flagship's pricing or specific availability. But this should give you some idea what the plans of AT&T will likely be.
The 64GB model looks like it will take a bit more time to get out of the gate, though the tipster says it will cost $299.99 when it's ready.
Other than AT&T, T-Mobile has announced that the HTC One is "coming soon" for $99 up-front, and rumors earlier today suggested Sprint's model would cost $199.99 with a two-year contract. AT&T's rumored $249.99 price-point would place the HTC One in direct competition with Samsung's Galaxy S4, which is already the clear winner when it comes to popularity.
Amazon's resellers are selling the HTC One unlocked for whopping $799. T-Mobile's HTC One will be released on April 19, too. It can't be pre-ordered, but we know it's going to cost $99 upfront with $20 per month for two years. AT&T and Sprint are both asking $199.99 on contract. So unless you must have the Unlocked version, i wouldn't recommend it.
HTC will also introduce a Developer Edition of the One on April 19. This comes with 64GB of internal memory, unlocked SIM and unlocked bootloader, and will cost $649. You should get that instead.
HTC One is the Taiwanese company's flagship smartphone for 2013, offering lots of high-end features, including a 4.7 inch Full HD display, LTE, quad-core 1.7GHz processor, and a 4MP Ultrapixel camera.
Great news for everyone waiting to get their hands on the brand new HTC One. The 32GB unlocked HTC One is currently back in stock on the official store in USA and is available for purchase for just $574.99. Similarly, the 64GB developer edition of HTC One is available for purchase, and costs $649.99!
HTC has partnered with LetsTalk.com for fulfilling the orders. Unlocked HTC One was open for pre-order earlier this month, and there were reports of a slight delay in dispatching the two models. At the time of writing this post, both the versions are back in stock and you can directly place an order with them. Moreover, HTC is now claiming that all orders placed by 2PM PST will ship within 24 hours.
HTC One Unlocked Features
- Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) Operating System
- 1.7GHz Quad Core Processor
- 32GB Onboard Storage
- SIM unlocked
- Gorgeous Full Metal Body with Zero Gap Design
- Dual Audio Speakers Powered with HTC BoomSoundTM
- UltraPixel Camera with HTC ZoeTM Feature Captures Up to 20 Photos and a 3-Second Video
- Works as a TV Remote
To purchase the unlocked version of the HTC One, hit the following link. If you are more interested in the 64GB developer edition, you will find that here.
HTC One is now available in 24-carat gold and platinum, that's right. Retailing prices start at £1895, Goldgenie's Gold HTC One phone is available in a choice of Gold (£1895), Rose Gold (£1995), or Platinum (£2095) plating. Featured in either Silver or Black, users can choose 32GB or 64 GB of memory. All phones are delivered in a beautifully customised Goldgenie box, making this a complete gift-to-go.
That's exactly the thought that crossed the minds of the jewelry experts from Goldgenie, who have done a premium edition of the popular smartphone. The HTC One is now available with 24-carat gold plating, and, as expected, isn't what you'd call affordable. Not that the rest of the recent Goldgenie makeovers are.
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HTC One is currently available in grey, black and red. some also have seen it in 24-carat gold. But now you can get it in blue, if press images leaked out by @evleaks are to be believed, a blue variant of the HTC One will be hitting store shelves some time this year.
Last week we heard that Verizon may get an exclusive on this particular hue in the United States which still seems odd, as we would have expected the carrier nicknamed Big Red to go for, you know, the red One as an exclusive - but alas that seems to have been grabbed by Sprint.
As you can see above the phone looks no different than your standard HTC One, but all of its aluminum is now a fine matte blue color with black plastic accents and a silver "Beats Audio" branding on the bottom. We personally think it looks quite stylish, but who knows where or when it will be made available.
HTC's One Mini might be arriving in the UK a bit sooner than expected. Carphone Warehouse and Expansys are both saying that the new handset should be in stock starting tomorrow, August 9. Carphone Warehouse allows customers to get the One Mini either on contract.
HTC One mini can be currently reserved for 380 British Pounds. That is equal to about 445 euro or $578. In return, one gets a mid-range Android smartphone with outstanding design, and decent specs, such as a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, 4.3-inch 720p display, and an UltraPixel camera that can shoot HDR video in 1080p resolution. To learn more about this device, our HTC One mini hands-on may hold the answers to your burning questions.
MobileFun is accepting pre-orders for both the silver and black variants of the HTC One mini. The smartphone is expected to be delivered to customers in a month or so.
Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with the HTC Sense 5 topping has been unleashed in the form of an over-the-air update for the HTC One X+. Vr-Zone caught the roll-out of the official Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update with firmware version 2.17.709.12 for HTC One X+, the HTC One X enhanced smartphone version, and now receiving several new features including the HTC Sense UI major iteration.
HTC One X+ owners should expect at least 484 MB update size via Over-the-Air procedure which requires the device to free the necessary storage space to download and install the official firmware. In addition, the update is only exclusive to HTC One X+ units which are unlocked in Asia and soon to be pushed throughout Europe and the United States.
Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS
- - Daydream feature
- - Lock screen widgets
- - Quick Settings with 12 default settings
- - Actionable Notifications
- - BlinkFeed home screen
- - Video highlights for creating 30-second clips from gallery images
- - Lock focus in the camera viewfinder
- - Battery improvements
- - Battery percentage in the status bar
- - Music player updated with live lyrics support and visualisation
- - HTC Sense 5 UI
- - New lock screen style: Widget power
- - Sleep mode option in Power settings
- - Improved accessibility with triple tap to magnify screen
- - Gesture mode navigation for blind users
- - Performance enhancements
- - Wireless display support
The latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean was about to hit the HTC One developer edition this week, and indeed the update is rolling out today, but it seems to be on a global scale for the unlocked versions out there.
The update 564.04MB, so we strongly recommending to make use of high-speed internet connection to initiate the update. It might take 15-25 min based on your internet connection speed. We are started our digging to find out new additions. Stay tuned in to us for in-depth information.
If you are also HTC One owner and residing in U.S, then checkout the update manually simply by entering into Settings -> About Phone -> Software updates -> Look for updates. If you can't see any update notification then don't be concerned, it will be appear as soon as your device gets qualified for Android 4.3 update. We are again repeating that the update will require 2-3 weeks hitting all devices.
- Android 4.3 update
- Battery charging percentage indicator
- Improved Gallery
- Low-light performance noticeably improved
- Added few more Video highlights options
- Ability to add soundtracks to your Highlights
- Overall System got stable and more
It looks like HTC One max will also be on AT&T, according to GSMArena, who got a press photo of the phone courtesy of @evleaks. Initially, Sprint and Verizon Wireless were the only US carriers to carry the HTC One max in the United States. Therefore, the appearance of the phablet in AT&T livery surely caught us by surprise.
HTC One Max will get the latest Android release, coupled with the most up-to-date edition of HTC's proprietary Sense UI.
HTC One Max Features:
- Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support; 3G with HSPA; LTE
- 5.9" 16M-color 1080p Super LCD3 capacitive touchscreen with 373ppi pixel density
- Android OS v4.3 Jelly Bean with Sense UI 5.5
- Quad-core 1.7 GHz Krait 300 CPU, 2 GB RAM, Adreno 320 GPU; Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 chipset
- 4 MP autofocus "UltraPixel" camera with 1/3" sensor size, 2µm pixel size; LED flash
- 1080p video recording @ 30fps with HDR mode, continuous autofocus and stereo sound
- HTC Zoe
- 2.1 MP front-facing camera, 1080p video recording
- Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct and DLNA; Wireless TV-out (Miracast)
- GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS
- 16GB/32GB of built-in storage, expandable via a microSD slot
- MHL-enabled microUSB port
- Bluetooth v4.0
- Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
- Accelerometer and proximity sensor
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
- Sleek aluminum body
- Front-mounted stereo speakers with BoomSound tech
- Class-leading audio output
Great news to those HTC One M8 owners on Verizon Wireless, it looks like it's your turn to grab a piece of the Android 5.0 Lollipop action. According to the carrier's support page, the update should be rolling out to devices now. HTC One M8 for Sprint and T-Mobile already got the treatment.
The update is available OTA (Over the Air). It brings a host of improvements to the HTC One M5 headed by brand new ART runtime and Material Design update for the device's native applications. It also brings Android beyond smartphones and tablets, allowing access to apps and Android services on other connected screens like TVs, cars and wearables. The new material design offers complex animations and 3-D views, 64-bit ABI support and improved runtime.
The document is on the update is available check it out here.
Source: Verizon Wireless
Today, an accident took place at one of the Samsung Co. plants situated in Hwaseong, Korea. In the accident 1 person died and 4 got injured. The accident took place after a tank at the plant got leaked and hydrofluoric gas began to spread all over the plant's premises. Samsung soon contacted the STI service, but, the workers who came for the tank's maintenance weren't wearing the stuff required to eliminate chances of injury.
According to the report, the worker passed was only wore the gas mask and nothing else. Local authorities into the matter and they believe that the Samsung's official didn't informed STI properly regarding the leak which turned this into an accident. Furthermore, according to the sources, Samsung tried to cover this accident by not informing the officials after an hour the worker died. Now, Samsung has also broken out a statement to the people living nearby that the container is fixed and there is no health danger.
It's almost the end of the first quarter of 2013 but it feels like the bell of this year's ultimate smartphone battle has yet to be rung. On one corner, we have the HTC One which was announced last February. Indeed, the HTC One made a grand entrance with features like a new "ultrapixel" camera technology, a high grade aluminum body, 1.7 GHz quad core processor, and 4.7 inch 1080p screen display. With these features, The HTC One definitely deserves the spotlight.
On the other hand, we have Samsung Galaxy S IV stealing the spotlight. This device will officially be launched in Times Square on March 14th, a few more days to go from now. Leaks of the technical specifications of this device have been out on the internet for quite some time now. The features include a new PHOLED display screen, an eye tracking software, and a dual quad core processor which is essentially eight cores all in all.
Both devices are worthy to be pitted against each other. But the question is will the S IV, the current Android flagship of Samsung, perform and reach the expectations laid out before it or will HTC One, the underdog, deliver a more powerful punch strong enough to take the round once more?
For over two weeks we've already heard about what the Samsung Galaxy S 4 can do and so far, people have been blogging, tweeting, writing about the eye recognition, wireless charging and smart scrolling features over and over. Well here is something that might be a little new: the S Translator.
The S 4 comes with a translator pack, which is useful for those who travel elsewhere. Only time will tell if this addition will really live up to the hype. Also, it remains to be seen if it will be upgraded to include many other languages to benefit more users. As of moment, it only supports Chinese, English, German, French, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian) and Spanish.
What's good about it is that it can be used even if you are not connected to the internet but only if you are going to use embedded stock phrases and sentences. Also, it may sound like it is something new but most Android users already do have this functionality on their phones with Google Translate. Despite this, it is good for Samsung to actually think of more ways to make their S 4 quite a very useful phone.
Smart watches have been around for years but they never really gained enough following to sustain the demand for them. However, this year is bound to be different. Almost all popular brands of smart devices have expressed their interest in launching high-tech smart watches and it's only a matter of who goes to launch first this year.
Furthermore, according to a forecast by ABI Research, an estimated 1.2 million units of smart watches will be sold this year and if this were true, then 2013 might be the year that sales for this interesting device will truly increase.
Also, customers who have smart devices tend to buy similar-brand gadgets and manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, LG and Google would like to bank on this theory and sell their very own smart watches. We think it's about time that the smart watch finally gets its accolades and that manufacturers step up their game and create watches that will shame James Bond's gadgets. If there are Google Glasses, why can't there be smart watches?
More Than One Million Smart Watches will be Shipped in 2013
London, United Kingdom - 16 Apr 2013 - Smart Watches have been around for the last decade. The wearable computing device has failed to take off for one reason or another: they looked ugly, were too bulky, had weak functionality, or the battery life was not good enough. However, over the last nine months a number of new smart watches have emerged that could change consumers' perceptions. Market intelligence firm ABI Research projects more than 1.2 million smart watches will be shipped in 2013.
"The strong potential emergence of smart watches can be attributed to several reasons," says senior analyst Joshua Flood. "Contributing factors include the high penetration of smartphones in many world markets, the wide availability and low cost of MEMS sensors, energy efficient connectivity technologies such as Bluetooth 4.0, and a flourishing app ecosystem."
The wearable computing device can be split into four categories: notification types, voice operational smart watches, hybrid smart watches, and completely independent smart watches. Notification type devices are the MetaWatch and Cookoo smart watches, for example, offering alerts for incoming calls, messages and other notifications. Voice operational smart watches enable users to conduct calls and speak some commands via the device such as Martian's smart watch.
Standalone smart watches with their own OS are moving beyond a smartphone accessory. With the potential to be purchased as a standalone product without the need for a smartphone, they offer high functionality and can connect to other consumer devices like audio speakers. A good example is the Italian smart watch maker, I'm Watch. Other good possible archetypes for this category could be Apple's hotly anticipated iWatch, Samsung's Galaxy Altius and Microsoft is also reportedly planning to release a new touch-enabled watch for its Windows-based smartphones and tablets. "Smart watches that replicate the functionality of a mobile handset or smartphone are not yet commercially feasible, though the technologies are certainly being prepared," adds Flood.
ABI Research's latest "Market Opportunities for Smart Watches" report analyzes and provides forecasts for the new wrist computing device. Regional device shipments and segmentation splits are also included in the report. It forms part of ABI Research's Mobile Device Technologies Research Service.
To hype the interest for the HTC One, and the delayed in most markets, HTC is kicking marketing into high gear, with new ads and music video appearances.
Video 1: Check out the official music video of Hollaphonic's new single featuring the new HTC One.
Video 2: HTC One commercial shows off the benefits of BoomSound and how it enhanced the consumer experience by having front-facing stereo speakers as opposed to a mono speaker on the back of the device.
Android Authority has voted Camera MX one of the best camera apps for Android phones. Camera MX has one of the best overall camera software. What used to be just a simple point, focus, and shoot even has evolved into complicated ISO and white balance settings.
Camera MX is free. You can unlock an effect package that gives you even more creative possibilities for only $0.99 (£0.79): Stunning effects (HDR, TiltShift & Little Planet), awesome frames and overlays and the functionality to trim your videos and keep only the best parts.
TAKE PHOTOS & VIDEOS:
+ More than 20 customizable realtime photo effects: Vintage Lomo, Color Splash, Pop Art, Black & White, Sepia etc.
+ Combine photo effects, looks and borders while taking photos
+ Take cool videos of any length
+ Take amazing photos of yourself using the self-timer for the front and back camera
+ Never miss awesome snapshots thanks to the Quickstart icon
EDIT PHOTOS & VIDEOS
+ A complete photo studio: Image Editing with Auto optimization, brightness, contrast, saturation, rotation, white balance etc.
+ Present your photos as animated slideshows complete with a background music
ORGANIZE & SHARE
+ Share your edited photos on Facebook, Flickr and Twitter
+ Display your photos on maps using GPS data
+ Full overview of your photos and albums
One Today by Google is a mobile app that brings together people and nonprofits through the simple act of giving $1.The app is currently available through a limited pilot.
One Today will present you with a new project every day from a nonprofit that is changing the world. You can donate to the projects that inspire you with just one click. Amplify your impact by sharing your donations with your friends on social media and matching their contributions to your favorite projects.
Visit google.com/onetoday to learn more.
There were some rumors regarding to the upcoming HTC Sense and Android 4.2.2 update for HTC One and HTC Butterfly. All were expecting HTC Sense 5.1 to show up, but instead, the version of HTC UI in latest Android 4.2.2 update is still 5.0. However, it does have a lot of important changes. See below for a list.
List of improvements:
- 1. % battery icon
- 2. Android EQS
- 3. Android Daydream
- 4. Long press home button works as menu button.
- 5. Minor changes in the app drawer and dock
HTC just sent out word via Twitter that the HTC One will not be delivered to Verizon. It can be recalled that components for its camera have been very limited and that HTC One deliveries will actually be delayed as a result. On the other hand, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint will all get their limited shares of units and will possibly receive their shipment this month. There is no exact date of release yet.
In place of the HTC One, Verizon recommends users to get the DROID DNA with its quad core Snapdragon chip and 5-inch display. Furthermore, it will conveniently receive the latest Jelly Bean roll out and the HTC Sense 5.0 interface similar to the HTC One. However, not everyone likes the way DROID DNA looks compared to the One. It seems like HTC is doing all it can for damage control.
Source: Twitter HTC
At T-Mobile.com, HTC One page is now live. Therefore if you have been wondering how you can acquire this gadget which was termed by David as the 2013's most important phone, in the ultimate, you can secure online this Glacial silver version. This gadget does not like the variant of Stealth Black but is offering free car dock fore every purchase. This deal is not bad.
There are simple choice plans from where you can choose that which suits your needs and budget. The first plan is $579.99 outright. The second plan is $99.99 as the first installment followed by $20 every month for period of 24 months. The good news is that you will not pay more even if you choose the monthly installments. In other words, you are offered interest free loan that is, $99.99 plus [24 months multiplied by $20] = $579.99. Among other features HTC One has internal storage of 32GB.