Apr 19 AT 8:35 AM Taylor Wimberly 43 Comments

HTC One now on sale across US, Developer Edition delayed


After a small delay, the HTC One is now available for purchase at AT&T and Sprint retail stores. HTC also notes their new flagship phone will be available at Best Buy, Radio Shack, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Costco, Car Toys, HSN.com and Amazon.com. T-Mobile has begun their pre-order program and they expect their version of the device to hit stores on April 24th. Unfortunately, those who pre-ordered the 32GB unlocked and 64GB Developer Edition will have to wait at least another week.

Today we received an email with an update to our online order of the HTC One Developer Edition. HTC states there were “shipping issues” which caused a “slight delay”, but they still expect the phones to be delivered by the “end of April.” To make up for the delay, all orders will be delivered via overnight shipping. Also due to “overwhelming demand”, those who purchased the Double Dip cases will not receive their order till “mid-May.”

It’s unfortunate that some orders were delayed, but at least two carriers put the device on sale today. If you were lucky enough to pick up your HTC One already, please share your initial impressions in the comments below.

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