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Deal: Unlocked AT&T HTC One (M7) Available for $399

Last year’s HTC One (M7) is still regarded as one of the most well-built and designed phones of all time. Its mostly-metal body, high-end specs, and interesting take on a camera made for one of the better Android phones of 2013, even if HTC failed to bring its steep sales decline to a halt with it. It is the phone that led the way to this year’s HTC One (M8), yet many would probably argue that the phone is just as good, if not better in some areas, than its new brother.

If a year-old phone isn’t something that would turn you off from a good deal, feel free to take a look at an eBay deal currently running for the HTC One (M7). Available in limited quantities, an unlocked AT&T model is available today for $399, and that is without a contract. That price is not down to OnePlus One levels, but it’s still a pretty solid value, especially since the phone runs on AT&T’s LTE.

The phone is brand new, includes 32GB of storage, and comes in Glacial Silver.

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  • hahaha

    Looks like a BMW, BUT it devalues like a Hyundai! Hahaha poor HTC

    • MistaButters

      You do know Hyuandais actually hold their value a lot better than BMWs right?

  • greyhulk

    Hate to say it, but this is not much of a “deal”. You can get the Find 7a for $100 more and it has much better specs, especially the camera.

  • Chippah
  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Are we going to mention the fact that the picture is of a One Mini?

    • vvtim

      Pretty hilarious auction photos. The first one is a One Mini, second is a One M7 with some kind of custom rom, third is a T-Mobile M7.

      • Aooga

        The funny thing is the third one (tmobile) doesn’t exist! The tmobile one doesn’t have a logo at all. I have no idea where they got that from.

        • Frisi

          For some odd reason, at least T-Mobile Puerto Rico web site, had the T-Mo logo on the back.

          • Aooga

            Maybe they scrapped that idea at the last minute last year.

  • Jared Denman

    That’s not a deal at all.

  • The Narrator

    They should wait for a brand new One+ One which is $349. (Whenever it becomes available)

    • enigmaco

      It’s becoming the Bigfoot of phones

      • jabarri2

        how so?

        • enigmaco

          Just the scarcity of the phone almost feels like a urban legend.

    • fritzo2162

      I’m putting my money on “The One+ One arrives so late it’s outdated on release”.

      • EdubE24

        Following the Moto X model!!