Apr 05 AT 8:59 AM Taylor Wimberly 20 Comments

HTC One now available for pre-order in AT&T, Sprint, and unlocked versions


For those of you waiting to buy the HTC One, today is the day to get your pre-order in and secure your device. Customers can now reserve the HTC One for carriers AT&T and Sprint, and the unlocked developer edition. All three versions are expected to arrive by April 19th, so you could have yours in just two weeks.

HTC One pre-order programs include:

T-Mobile has also announced that their HTC One is “coming soon”, but we are still waiting on an official release date. Verizon customers will have to wait and see if the rumors are true and they are getting the device a couple months later.

As a reminder, the unlocked developer edition is SIM and bootloader unlocked. It will operate on AT&T’s 2G/3G/4G/LTE network and it will will also work on T-Mobile’s 1900 MHz HSPA+ and AWS LTE networks. HTC has said that the unlocked version will be¬†available in limited quantities to customers with a US Zip Code, so get your pre-order in before they run out.

Finally, don’t forget to take advantage of HTC’s $100 trade in program.

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  • htowngtr

    Where is the unlocked version on that site? I only see it link you to the actual HTC page.

    • http://androidandme.com Taylor Wimberly

      HTC said it would be live on the main page at 10 AM ET. I can’t find it yet, but my guess is they will get it live at any moment. I’m sitting here refreshing the page with my credit card in hand.

    • http://androidandme.com Taylor Wimberly

      Update the post but here is the official link: http://www3-shopamerica.htc.com/cell-phones/productdetail.htm?prId=41599

      • bender.h

        Wasn’t the dev edition supposed to be 64gb?

        • bender.h

          Scratch that, it does say so in the summary, but for some reason it said 32gb in the features section.

      • htowngtr

        Thanks, still on the fence about it though. Is it really worth it?

  • redraider133

    Since I would have to pay full price to keep unlimited data if it came to verizon, unlocked would be the way to go( assuming they make an unlocked version if it comes to verizon)

    • Steve

      Hopefully T-Mobile Will introduce more LTE markets and they’ll actually work
      Currently using GalaxyNexus in a $45 HSPA straight talk plan but have a feeling they won’t have access to LTE …hoping nexus 5 or whatever its called can access T-Mobile LTE ,has a much better camera and still comes in a $300-350 price point….that would be super

    • John

      There are no unlocked CDMA devices. Can’t happen, won’t happen.

  • Anjie Cai

    What’s the deal with the limited quantities thing? Seems kinda unreasonable

  • irishrally

    Come on man, every other site makes it abundantly clear that the dev One will NOT work for almost everyone on t-mobile, and in fact it is the exact same as the AT&T 64GB phone, but unlocked.

    • irishrally

      The 32GB unlocked phone is also AT&T only.

  • Nate B.

    what about this phone screams to you taylor? it’s an awesome looking and functioning phone i’m sure, but in comparison to the s4 and upcoming flagships what about it screams out to you? the only thing it is in by itself is the design. but everything else is pretty much spec for spec or even lesser on some areas (personal preference). nobody has mentioned anything about battery in reviews. i hope you say something about it when you get it and put it through it’s test. the battery size is still small and something htc refuses to increase it seems.

  • Chike Davis

    Is it confirmed that the dev edition will work on T-Mobile’s HSPA+?

  • jonstle

    Can’t wait to see how the masses like this phone. HTC needs a winner and Samsung needs someone on their heels to keep them innovating.

  • Chuxter

    What the advantage of having boot loader unlocked?

  • Nathan D.

    I want one so much, I hear only good things about the phone. But I’ll probably root it and change UI to stock eventually.

  • Jorge Vieira

    Got my pre order on on AT&T. Lets see if HTC can stop me from wanting the s4.

  • donger

    Gonna wait for Verizon version.

  • yankeesusa

    All I can say is that this phone looks really good. I would have bought it but I’m into screens at least 5″ big. Htc may have a winner on their hands.