It seems that April 19 will be a very important day for Taiwanese manufacturer HTC. AT&T, the largest GSM service provider in US announced today that it will start offering the handset on April 19, the same day as Sprint. The phone will be offered at price of $199.99 for the 32 GB model and $299.99 for the 64 GB version, that is exclusively coming to AT&T. Of course, both versions will require signing up a new two-year contract with the carrier. As of now, nothing suggests supply difficulties, but if you are concern that you may not be among the lucky ones having the phone first, you can pre-order starting on April 4th.
HTC One with free Media Link HD HDMI Adaptor
AT&T has one more surprise for you. Together with the HTC One you will also get a HTC Media Link HD wireless HDMI adaptor for free to share content from your phone to your HD television. Considering that the adaptor is worth $90, we must say that it is a pretty sweet deal. The phone will also come with AT&T DriveMode pre-installed that helps prevent using a phone while driving. It can be setup to send a reply to any incoming message, this way letting the person trying to reach you know that you are unable to respond at the moment.
Key features of the HTC One include a 4.7-inch full HD 1080p screen, 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, 4G LTE connectivity and redesigned HTC Sense experience. New features include BlinkFeed, UltraPixel Camera with a new sensor which will let you snap breathtaking photos even in low-light conditions and put them together in three-second snippets using Zoe. The phone also comes with BoomSound that provides outstanding sound experience, as well as Sense TV which will turn your HTC One in an interactive TV guide and remote control.
more info: AT&T