At the end of last week, we did talk about how the HTC One has started to appear on the websites of both AT&T as well as Sprint, with pricing starting from $199 onwards. Of course, that is meant for the 32GB model, and for those who feel that they cannot survive without 32GB but would prefer to move on to double the amount of memory, then 64GB is the way to go, with AT&T offering that capacity for the HTC One for $299.99 a pop. Needless to say, regardless of which memory size you decide to choose, customers are required to sign a 2-year agreement beforehand. If white is not your cup of tea, then you can always settle for the sleek looking black version of the 64GB HTC One, being an AT&T exclusive, while the 32GB black color is available on Sprint.
Regardless of which particular model or color that you decide to settle on, if you love tinkering with the device underneath the hood and have some developer’s streak in your blood, then you would also be interested to know that the HTC One kernel source code is now readily available.