HTC One on AT&T pre-order info has been leaked and it tells customers that the carrier accepts pre-sales starting this week. The news is not official and it might change until this date arrives. The price is also attractive and considering the trade-in offer by AT&T then you might be in for a great deal.
AT&T accepts online pre-orders starting with April 4, while the retail channels will have the device available for pre-sale the next day, April 5th.
Engadget were the ones to get the tip and the 32GB device should be available it silver and black colors for only $250. Also, the 64GB HTC One on AT&T shouldn’t cost more than $299.99. There is no indication about the data plan but these prices will be available only for 2-year contracts. Also, you will be able to trade-in any other smartphone and AT&T will cut-off $100 from the HTC One price. If we were to believe these rumors, then it wouldn’t be long until AT&T posts official info about the phone’s pre-order availability.
The HTC One packs a 4.7-inch Full HD Super LCD3 display, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, HTC Sense UI, 2GB RAM, 32GB or 64GB internal storage, 1.7 GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 600, non-removable 2300 mAh battery, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and support for updating it to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Make sure to keep an eye on HTC One and AT&T related posts to find out first when will the smartphone be available for pre-order.
The HTC One 64GB will only be available at AT&T and, as I said above, it should cost no more than $300. Since the pre-orders for the 32GB variant of HTC One will start in a couple of days, and you’re searching for a top smartphone, then you should think fast about the device that you want to purchase. The HTC One is great and along with the Google Nexus 4, Sony Xperia Z and the Samsung Galaxy S4, we can say that 2013 is a great year and there are still eight months until we get to 2014.
Check the AT&T website or go to your local AT&T retailer to pre-order your HTC One device right away.
Do you want to buy the HTC One? If you do, then what’s the reasoning behind your decision and what do you like the most about HTC’s 2013 flagship smartphone?