The Sprint HTC One, which arrived earlier this month on the carrier’s 4G LTE network, has now arrived in a new color today as the carrier confirmed that the anticipated black version of the HTC One is now available to order alongside the silver version of HTC’s most current smartphone.
Read: Black AT&T HTC One Teased.
Earlier this month, after some initial delays, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile unleashed HTC’s new and powerful HTC One, the device that the company hopes will compete with the likes of the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S4. And while the carriers released the HTC One, there were still some loose ends and today, Sprint took care one of its remaining HTC One mysteries.
The carrier has announced that the HTC One has arrived in a new color today with a black HTC One model joining the already available silver version of the 4.7-inch smartphone. The black version of Sprint’s HTC One looks exactly the same as the silver version only it has different coloring. It also, of course, boasts the same high-end specifications that make the HTC One an attractive device.
Sprint has beaten AT&T to the punch with its new HTC One color as Ma Bell still has yet to release the device onto its 4G LTE network. We’ve seen the new color teaser in an image but unfortunately, the carrier has yet to release it.
Read: HTC One Review.
Of course, AT&T does still have an edge on Sprint and that’s in the storage department. The carrier still holds an exclusive over the 64GB HTC One which has yet to make it to Sprint or T-Mobile and may never arrive.
Sprint though is offering a bit of a discount on the HTC One with the carrier willing to drop the price down to $99 for those bringing a new line to its network. That’s $100 off the typical off-contract price of the flagship smartphone.
The HTC One is HTC’s latest and greatest and features a 4.7-inch display, Ultrapixel camera, quad-core processor, Android Jelly Bean, Sense 5 and a whole lot more.
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