In the last few weeks Google has been busing cleaning up its Play Store. As a result the HTC One, Galaxy S4, Xperia Z Ultra and LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition have disappeared from Google’s store but not from the market. In fact, the devices drew our attention when they showed up in quite attractive prices on Expansys. Expansys USA’s big sale of Google Play edition devices follows a couple of similar bargains offered by several distributors lately.
The next HTC flagship smartphone known as the HTC One+, One 2 or M8 is not official yet, however, the rumored specs picture the phone quite promising. Today we are not going to discuss the regular M8, though. This time round we have some news for those who prefer more compact smartphones. Yes, the next HTC flagship phone will have a mini version and @evleaks has provided us with its hardware and key specs.
AT&T thought that mid-January is a great time to start offering a deal on three of the best Android smartphones currently available on the market, the Moto X, LG G2 and HTC One. The promotion will let you have either of the phones for free, which, given the phones’ regular prices, means $99.99 in savings. Of course, it does not mean that you can walk into AT&T store, ask for the smartphone and just walk out enjoying your new phone. There are a few details you should know before you decide that the deal is perfect for you.
HTC Black Friday Sale: HTC One for Verizon and Sprint for $29.99 plus 24kt Gold plated HTC One to win
With Black Friday just a few days away it is getting more and more difficult to decide what and where to purchase. HTC has just added another option to consider. The company’s Black Friday deal extends between November 24th and December 7 and includes the HTC One for $49.99. On November 29th and 30th you will be able to purchase the phone at a very special price of just $29.99. The deal will be available for new and existing Sprint or Verizon customers eligible for upgrade who sign a two-year contract.
Verizon Wireless is the second carrier in the US, after Sprint, that began offering the 5.9-inch HTC One Max. The phone is available online and local stores where it is sitting with a $299.99 price tag. This price of course includes subsidy which means that the device requires signing up a two-year contract. If you want the handset with no strings attached, you can grab it for $599.99. The HTC One Max is also available on Verizon Edge for $25.22 monthly installments.
A couple of days ago the HTC One Max leaked all over the web suggesting November 15th as release date on Sprint. It turns out that the predictions were spot-on and the phone is now available for purchase online and in brick and mortar carrier stores. The HTC One Max for Sprint can be yours for just $149.99 if you are willing to bring your old number to Sprint sign a new two-year contract. Current subscribers will have to shell out $249.99 for the device. The phone is also available with Sprint’s One Up program in which case it will cost you $25 per month.
If you were considering becoming a Sprint customer, now would be a great time to make the move, especially if you are not shy of buying your phone from Amazon Wireless. The online retailer has dropped down the prices on two of the best smartphones of this year: the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4. You can save up to $100 on these models if you decide to move your number to Sprint today.
We love the smell of a good deal in the morning. It smells like… victory. Especially when it involves the HTC One for Verizon Wireless and lots of savings. And by “lots” we mean $150, to be more precise. You probably wonder where you can buy the phone that cheap. The answer is Best Buy. The retailer slashed the price of the HTC One to the lowest level ever and is currently offering the device for $49.99. The handset comes with a new two-year contract, of course.
“Everything comes to him who waits”, the saying goes, and we believe that it was repeated often by Verizon customers while waiting for the HTC One to land on the carrier. When it finally did, many rushed to grab their phone. However, if you were not one of those impatient customers and decided to wait a bit longer, you will be rewarded as long as you opt to shop on Amazon rather than the carrier’s store. The biggest online retailer is now offering HTC’s flagship smartphone for $119.99, which is $80 off Verizon’s price.
A bunch of HTC phones made an appearance in Berlin today. The company not only confirmed the existence, and imminent launch, of the blue version of the HTC One and One Mini, but also announced two new handsets, the HTC Desire 601 and HTC Desire 300. As HTC revealed, both the blue HTC One and One Mini will hit the stores in select markets some time in the fourth quarter, which puts a huge question mark on the rumored September 10 release date. Both, the HTC Desire 601 and Desire 300 will go on sale in October in select markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
AT&T began offering the compact HTC One Mini and Verizon Wireless has finally released its big guy – the HTC One, that is to say. As expected, Big Red is selling the phone for $199.99 with a new two-year service agreement. If you prefer to pay the full price at checkout and not get tied to the carrier for the next two years, the handset will set your back $599.99. Apparently, the Verizon exclusive blue version of the HTC One is still being in works on so at this moment, only the Glacial Silver color is available.
Colorful phones usually are associated with Nokia, but once in a while another manufacturer decides to release a color option different than standard white, silver or black. For example, the HTC One initially was launched in classy silver and black. However, we have been hearing whispers that Verizon is going to offer a blue variant of this phone. If you want more color options for HTC’s flagship smartphone then check Sprint’s offer. The carrier has just released a red version of the handset. The red HTC One is Sprint exclusive, so you won’t be able to buy it from any other carrier.
Engadget revealed an interesting screenshot loaded with phones to potentially be released on Sprint network soon. Three are as followed: BlackBerry Q10, Red HTC One, and the Ativ S Neo. The Q10 is expecting to arrive on August 20th, taking account to what Verizon and AT&T have priced their versions at $199.99 for the notorious BlackBerry phone. Look out for the Ativ S Neo to also hit the shelves in August, on the 16th. August 16 will also be the arrival date for the Red HTC One.
If you have been hearing the HTC One calling you name and you have nothing against becoming an AT&T or Sprint customer for the next two years, Amazon has a great deal for you. The retailer has cut the price of the HTC flagship smartphone to a low, low $49.99 on contract. Compared to the carriers’ regular price of $199.99, it means a hefty $150 in savings. It may not be a fortune, but it sure is a huge incentive.
Verizon Wireless is the only one of the big US carriers that still has not offered the HTC One. So far, Big Red did not even provide a launch date so we could finally start the countdown. Last month Verizon confirmed via its official Twitter account that it will start carrying the HTC One later this summer, however, did not go into details about the exact release date, pricing or possible hardware or software changes.
Remember the price tag that was attached to the HTC One for AT&T at launch? It was not crazy high on contract, but still three digits were involved. Guess what? Customers’ favorite phone just had the first digit removed from its price. It means that now you can grab the HTC One for just $99.99 when you sign a 2-year service agreement. Sounds great, doesn’t it? And this is not all. AT&T has bundled the phone with a free Beats Pill Bluetooth speaker, which itself costs $199.
Wanna get HTC’s latest flagship smartphone, the HTC One and save some money in the process? You can do it now as long as you do not mind having T-Mobile as your service provider. The carrier has partnered with HTC to offer an exclusive Trade Up program that will reward you for trading in your old phone. You can receive up to $300 and no less than $100, which is a guaranteed quote.
Still hesitating whether to treat yourself to the HTC One or not? Here is something that may help you make a decision. Amazon is currently selling HTC’s latest flagship smartphone for Sprint at a new and more attractive price. If you are already a Sprint customer, the phone can be yours for just $99.99. New subscribers can buy the handset at even lower price. If you are registering a new account, Amazon will ask just $79.99 for the device. In either case, you will be entitled to free two-day shipping. The deal applies to both color variants, Glacial Silver and Stealth Black.
Usually Amazon is not your first choice when it comes to buying smartphones, as most people prefer to shop directly at the carrier’s store. However, there is one characteristic that makes the online retailer a very appealing place to look for new phones. Amazon is famous for its eagerness to cut prices on freshly launched devices, and this is the case with the 32GB HTC One for AT&T.
The HTC One is now available on T-Mobile’s new UnCarrier Plan and customers can purchase the phone for a down payment of $99.99. The remaining value needs to be paid in 24 monthly installments of $20 each. If you want to walk away with the handset with no further obligations, you will have to pay upfront lump sum of $579.99. T-Mobile bundled the HTC One with free car dock, however, the bonus is available only to those customers who port their number from different carrier to T-Mobile or add an extra new line. The carrier says that it is a limited-time offer but does not specify when it expires.