New HTC M4 to arrive in June. HTC One available now at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile
HTC has managed to launch its One flagship smartphone via several major US carriers before Samsung will get to release its Galaxy S4 there.
Starting today, April 19, the HTC one is available to buy at AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
AT&T is asking $199 for the 32GB version of the handset, and $299 for the 64GB edition – both on contract, of course. Sprint is offering the One 32GB for just $99.99 to those who switch from another carrier. Otherwise, the price is the same as at AT&T.
T-Mobile is selling the One only online for the moment, and it will have it in stores starting April 24 – when the fourth largest North American carrier is also going to launch the Samsung Galaxy S4. The HTC One can be bought at T-Mobile with a downpayment of $99.99, and monthly payments of $20 for two years.
Another HTC Android smartphone with a metal chassis that should be announced this year is the HTC M4. DigiTimes is calling this “a revision of the HTC One”, mentioning that it’s going to start shipping in June – with about 700,000 units to be shipped by the end of that month.
From what we’ve previously heard, the M4 features a 4.3 inch HD display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, and Android Jelly Bean. That’s not exactly what you can call a revision of the quad-core, 4.7 inch Full HD One, is it?