The HTC One unlocked models – the 32 GB model and 64 GB Developer Edition – are now available to buy from HTC’s online store, giving us hope that HTC has solved the availability issues it was facing.
Just a few days ago, the company had sent an e-mail to users that blamed “shipping issues” for a delay in the delivery of the HTC One unlocked editions bought from its website. The company’s website now lists both the 32 GB and Developer Edition as “now available to order”, as you can see in the image below.
As far as prices go, the 32 GB HTC One unlocked will set you back $574.99, while the 64 GB Developer Edition costs $649.99. It may not be as cheap as what you can get it for from the carriers that launched it in the U.S., but you’re getting the smartphone without a contract and SIM unlocked, free to use however you please.
Despite the earlier availability issues, the ordering process seems to be working just fine; order simulations we ran offered standard, 2-day, and overnight shipping options, so you’ll probably get your hands on the device pretty quickly.
Do you plan on purchasing an HTC One? Will you get it from a carrier or unlocked?