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HTC One will cost $99 for customers who convert to Sprint

If you're willing to disown your current carrier and convert to Spring, the mobile operator will offer you an HTC One for a mere $99.
April 10, 2013
Sprint is running a promotion on its pre-order page for the HTC One where the handset will cost a mere $99 for customers new to the Now Network. The handset normally goes for $199.

New customers wanting to take advantage of this deal will be required to bring their own number, and, of course, sign a new two-year contract with the mobile operator. The device is set to release on April 19, and Sprint says that if you pre-order the device online today, they’ll do their best to get the HTC One to you “before others get a glimpse” on April 19.

The deal is here for a limited time, but if you were already planning on paying the ETF with a contract on your current carrier, switching over to Sprint just got a bit cheaper.

The HTC One has a Full HD 1980 x 1080 4.7-inch display with 468ppi. The device sports a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 2300 mAh battery, a rear-facing camera with 4 Ultrapixels and a front-facing 2.1MP shooter, which has 1080p video recording.

HTC’s flagship device comes in 32GB and 64GB models, the latter of which is exclusive to AT&T. On the software side, the One is running Sense 5 and BlinkFeed atop of Android 4.1.2. There’s been no official announcements from the Taiwanese company as to when the device will see Android 4.2 yet.

If you haven’t been keeping up with all the HTC One buzz, be sure to check out our review by our very own Kristofer Wouk!