The AT&T HTC One slipped out of some AT&T locations this weekend, a full week before its official launch date. Less than 24 hours later, the bootloader has been unlocked and the device has been successfully rooted using existing methods.
During the recent Facebook Home event, a HTC spokesperson revealed that the HTC One Developer Edition will be available for pre-order in the next few days and that it will go on sale from April 19th.
HTC just introduced the Developer Edition of the One, which ships with an unlocked bootloader and 64GB of storage. Some limitations apply.
Sony got a lot of kudos and congrats after unveiling the Xperia Z and ZL at CES, but if there are people that have reasons to be angered with the company these are most likely living up north.
If you got some cash to spare for the Motorola Atrix HD Developer Edition, otherwise known as the Atrix HD variant that comes with an unlockable bootloader, you can now head to Moto’s website to pre-order the phone. The tinkerer-friendly phone will cost $459.99 with no contract, and will be shipped out on December 16.
When the Motorola Atrix HD launched in July, many Android users were disappointed to learn that the device came with a locked bootloader. If you previously considered the Atrix HD but didn’t like that it was locked down, you may be interested in the newly announced Atrix HD Developer Edition.