Best Buy is now taking HTC One pre-orders and lists AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile versions in stock.
The HTC One is available for pre-order at Wirefly for $149.99 with new two-year Sprint contracts.
Samsung’s SPH-L500 has been spotted at the FCC, and has a 850/1900 CDMA radio and support for LTE band 25, which means it could be headed for Sprint.
HTC is offering U.S. buyers the unlocked 32GB HTC One for pre-order straight from its website.
Sprint will be launching Samsung’s Galaxy S3 in purple on April 12. It’ll cost buyers $99 on a new two-year contract after a $50 mail-in-rebate.
HTC One pre-orders start in the U.S. today and tomorrow, via AT&T and Sprint, respectively.
While it isn’t the most impressive phone on the market spec-wise, the Kyocera Torque isn’t a slouch either. Plus, it’s built like a tank. Is that enough to make it worthy of a recommendation?
Sprint has officially announced release dates and prices for its HTC One. The phone will be available for pre-order on April 5 for $199.99 on contract, and launch on April 19.
In the wake of the Sprint-SoftBank deal, we learned that Sprint would need to buy out the remaining half of Clearwire they didn’t yet own. Sprint’s offer to Clearwire was for $800 million, spread out over 10 months. Each month, Clearwire can take an $80 million payment, which is convertible to Clearwire stock.
Radioshack put up signs for the HTC One, which will be available from both Sprint and AT&T. It looks like the device will be priced at $199 on-contract, and will also include $50 Google Play Store credit, and a $10 Radioshack coupon.