Sprint is set to release the HTC One on April 19, but starting today the company is accepting online pre-orders for the device.
Users interested in getting their hands on HTC’s newest handset can order the device on Sprint’s website. The Sprint HTC One starts at $200 up-front with a two-year plan, but the carrier is offering a promotion for new lines to receive the handset for $100 with the “bring your own number” discount. The upfront price (without contract) is listed at $550, although the handset is not available for pre-order without contract.
Wirefly is also offering the Sprint HTC One for $150, which is $50 cheaper than the Sprint offer.
About the Hardware
The HTC One will offer a 4.7-inch display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. The device will be powered by a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and run on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean), along with HTC Sense UI 5. The new flagship smartphone will also offer additional key features including 4MP rear-facing camera, Blink Feed, and HTC Zoe imaging software.
More information is available in our HTC One Review.
AT&T is also offering the handset on the same day as Sprint. T-Mobile is expected to offer the handset at a later date, while Verizon has decided to pass on it altogether.