The HTC One that was announced earlier this morning, with T-Mobile being first off the blocks to say that they will be offering the smartphone in due time, will have company in the form of AT&T as well as Sprint, as both mobile carriers have announced that they too, will jump aboard the HTC One bandwagon.

Just to recap, the HTC One will be 4G LTE enabled smartphone, letting you take advantage of 4G LTE networks on both AT&T as well as Sprint. AT&T lays claim to having the US’ largest 4G network that covers a whopping 288 million people, although Sprint has their own selling point as well with their Truly Unlimited data plan that has no metering, throttling or overages. Surely, the HTC One is spoilt for choice when it comes to mobile carriers.

Unfortunately for those of us who cannot wait to pick up the HTC One, there is no word on the exact date as to when the smartphone will be released, and neither do we know how much will it cost. Expect it to retail on the high end side of things though.

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HTC One (M7)
1920x1080 TFD LCD
Price (approximative)
~$150 - Amazon
4 MP
F2.0 Aperture Size
Image Stabilization
143 g
2300 mAh
Launched in
Snapdragon 600 + None
Storage (GB)
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