Unlocked HTC One and HTC One Developer Edition Now Available for Purchase, Priced $575 and $650

HTC One Unlocked model is now available for purchase

HTC announced today that two new HTC One models are available for purchase from their own online store. These are great news for those of you who waited until now for the announcement hoping that you will be able to buy an unlocked variant of the HTC One smartphone.

The HTC One 32GB model is unlocked, the 64GB is the Developer Edition one and both can be purchased from HTC website store. The Unlocked 32GB HTC One costs $574.99. the Developer Edition 64GB HTC One costs $649.99. The prices are pretty high when compared to the carrier ones but, you will get the device off-contract and factory unlocked. All these will allow you to use any SIM you want and do whatever you please with it. All these will eventually allow you to easily flash new custom files and improve the overall UI of the phone.

If you plan the buy the HTC One you should receive it at your doorsteps in the next couple of days. There are multiple shipping options available as you can opt for standard, two-day or even overnight shipping.

The HTC One packs a 4.7 inch Full HD Super LCD3 display, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, 32GB / 64GB internal storage, 2GB RAM, 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, 4MP UltraPixel camera, Beats Audio sound enhancement, HTC Sense UI 5, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean upgradeable to Android 4.2 JB, infrared port, NFC, 2300 mAh non-removable battery.

The Unlocked HTC One all-aluminum smartphone is now ready for shipping and if you want one, you’re based in the United States and you have the money, then you should head to HTC’s web site here to purchase a model. The price is $575 and it offers you a 32GB internal storage space and the phone is SIM unlocked. You should hurry and buy one as currently the device is listed as ‘in stock’, but that might not be the case in a few hours from now.

Do you want the HTC One Unlock variant or you prefer to buy a carrier-locked one because it is cheaper?

 

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  • AL

    I would rather get the unlocked one, then put my T-Mobile SIMM chip in it so that I get to keep my current plan.