The HTC One is the smartphone manufacturer’s flagship device for 2013, and it will soon arrive in the United states.
According to HTC Source, the Google Android-based smartphone will go on sale March 22.
Formerly named the HTC M7, the AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint-bound device will cost just $199 on a two-year contract. At that price level, HTC customers will receive 32GB of mobile storage space. For an additional $100, customers can pick up a 64GB option.
The new HTC One smartphone features a metal unibody casing that will be made available in both black and silver/white versions.
Features on the smartphone is an LCD display that supports native 1080p resolution with a display of 4.7 or 5-inches diagonally.
The HTC One is running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon Pro quad-core processor with a clocked speed of 1.7GHz. The move to Qualcomm is a departure from HTC’s 2012 flagship smartphone the One X, which features a Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. The Tegra 4 processor will not be ready for production until July 2013.
In anticipation of the new smartphone, the official HTC website is running a countdown clock alongside a few teaser images for the new Google Android phone.
The HTC One will be fully revealed by the smartphone manufacturer at an event on February 19.
Hands-on demonstrations for the HTC One are expected at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
European smartphone buyers will be able to grab the flagship Android device on March 8.
Do you plan on picking up the HTC One smartphone, or do you have your eyes on the Samsung Galaxy S IV or yet another Apple iPhone?