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Sprint is Also Launching the HTC One on April 19 for $199, Pre-orders Kick Off April 5

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Moments ago, Sprint joined AT&T in announcing availability of the HTC One. They will also launch the 32GB version of the device on April 19 for $199 on new 2-year contract in both black and white. They do not have a 64GB version as that is an AT&T exclusive. If you’d like to secure one sooner than the 19th, Sprint will open up pre-orders on April 5, this Friday.

Via:  Sprint

  • Dan

    So am I the only that think this phone looks way better in black. Don’t get the white phone craze at all.

    • http://www.facebook.com/te504 Toreon Jones

      I’m getting the black I think it look better.

  • http://www.facebook.com/miguel.zamoraoceguera Miguel Zamora Oceguera

    Didn’t HTC announce that they would make the developer version available “when the HTC One is released in the United States” ???

    • http://www.facebook.com/te504 Toreon Jones

      I’m getting the black I think it look better

  • LionStone

    Well, it looks like the One will have a nice head start on the S4 :-)

  • Sqube

    AT&T is getting it.
    Sprint is getting it.
    Meanwhile, VZW is flipping me the bird and trying to convince me I really, really want the Droid DNA.

    • Kyle Miller

      Well it is a good phone :)

      • Sqube

        Yes, but it’s got 16GB of storage with no option for more. I’m using 20GB on my GNex right now, so… yeah.

        • michael arazan

          What will be the full retail price on verizon, anyone know?

          Will all the prices be the same across all carriers?

          How long does ATT get exclusivity over the 64 gb, that is the one I’d prefer to have if I wind up liking it, but sense seems over-complicated along with all controls to change stuff. If a stock android rom comes out for the HTC one, i may think about if the Moto X isn’t up to par and a new lte Nex doesn’t come to vzw at i/o

          • Sqube

            I figure AT&T is going to have exclusivity on the 64GB long enough that, unless you DESPERATELY need that much storage and you ABSOLUTELY refuse to purchase any other phone, you’re going to get the 32GB HTC One or you’re going to get the SGS IV.

  • Austin Warren

    Too bad their service is trash.

    • yankeesusa

      That is very true. In my town they’ve been improving but now that I can get out of my contract due to a price increase that started 4/1 I will be choosing a brew carrier if they don’t improve fast enough.

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  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Man I’m on Sprint right now…. but I can’t take this network anymore. Left VZW to comeback and it was like night and day. Off to At&t now for the 64…any way great to see that HTC could have a single launch date for their US carriers….waiting on Tmob

    • LionStone

      Yea, my buddy came over the other day with his Note 2 (on Sprint-only 3G) Wake Forest, NC and he was showing me some stats on the game and it couldn’t even load. ScoreMobile was loaded up, but when he tried to go to Stats, it just spun its wheels :( It would really suck to have a smartphone so crippled like that… my girl’s Inc4G is faster :-)

  • yeppers

    Hate to say it, but if doesn’t end up on Verizon it will be nothing more than a great phone with no impact on the future of HTC. That and not having a micro SD card.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      SD doesn’t matter as much as being on VZW does…… But with all the mumblings I’m assuming it’s coming to VZW…Droid Branded

      • Sqube

        If they call it the Droid One, I might have to punt a kitten.

        • Chris

          I don’t care what they call it, as long as I can get it on Verizon.

    • Sqube

      I’m going to go out on a limb and say that not having a microSD slot isn’t as big a problem as we (i.e. the true believers) tend to think it is.

      If you need more than 64GB of space (I guess you’ve always got a hundred movies on microSD cards or something), then Samsung is your team. My GNex has 32GB and I haven’t felt constrained in any way.

  • KleenDroid

    Amazing

  • Tirionfive

    But But… That carrier on that image says AT&T!!!!

    • nvitone23

      not anymore haha

      • Tirionfive

        Well now I look like a fool :P

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Ninja Edit!