HTC One: A Reasonably Priced Mobile Device?
Rumours are spreading that the HTC One will cost about $299. Wouldn’t that be a relief? Buying new devices is a frighteningly expensive investment. While having all the features is nice, it’s a bit of a hassle to have to save up for so long to buy a new phone. Turns out the relief might actually be true. While there’s no news about prices on the official HTC website, carriers are promising this high-quality ‘phablet’ to be just under the $299 mark. Verizon is selling the HTC One for $149 with a two-year contract while Sprint currently has the device for $99 with a two-year contract for new customers.
The HTC One seems to have it all right now. It’s causing a big stir and probably for good enough reason. The device can surely be defined as sleek with an aluminum casing, and it’s completely lightweight. HTC One weighs about 143g, no lie. It boasts a 4.7”, 1080p display with a storage of 32 or 64GB, depending on your preference. It runs Android operating system and offers 3G and 4G services. 4G LTE only available in certain areas.
In its brief debut, HTC One has presented a great array of prices and has made a satisfactory splash in the market. If you’re interested, you can visit the web site to find more or go to your local carrier to get a more hands on understanding of the product.