The HTC One 64GB version will be sold exclusive through AT&T Wireless providers. AT&T and HTC announced the exclusive deal over the weekend.
AT&T Wireless will also carry the 32GB version of the flagship smartphone. The HTC One will be debuting in North America shortly. HTC ran into production issues for its new Android powered device when supply for the parts needed for the phones hardware were in short supply.
While a supply delay for a flagship smartphone is never a good sign, HTC says the delay occurred because it chose premium hardware components for the build, components that take more time to produce and are often in shorter supply. For what it’s worth early reviews of the HTC One have shown a very strong build factor for the devices outer casing.
HTC may have a lot riding on the HTC One, perhaps even the company’s future, however one source has already experienced problems. The team at iFixit rated the repairability of the HTC One with its lowest ever rating of 1 out of 10. The company found that it was almost impossible to dismantle the HTC One without cracking a plastic ring around its display.
The HTC One offers a high-end set of features including a 4.7 inch, Full HD that outputs 1080p with 468 PPI. The device also features Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 600, quad-core, 1.7GHz and comes equipped with 2 GB DDR2 RAM.
Also featured on the HTC One is Boom Sound technology which is powered by the Beats by Dre platform. HTC has also thrown in the HTC UltraPixel Camera with a F2.0 aperture and 28 mm lens. A secondary front-facing camera offers 2.1MP for video conferences and second screen picture taking.
In preparing for the launch of the new HTC One 65GB model AT&T Wireless posted a video for the high-end smartphone. The video unfortunately does give any further details about the new exclusive deal:
Are you ready to pick up the HTC One 64GB exclusively from AT&T Wireless?