The HTC One is one of T-Mobile's elder statesmen, but that doesn't mean that it has lost its charm. Thanks to high-end hardware, its Sense 5 software and an upcoming Android 4.4 KitKat update, the HTC One remains one of the best options on T-Mobile's network.
Those who do look closely at the HTC One will want to keep in mind that it will be replaced within the next few months by a new HTC M8, a device that is supposedly going to up the screen size and come with HTC's brand new Sense 6 software. T-Mobile is a likely destination for the device.
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