HTC One M7

If you're looking for a quality, off-contract Android phone, Ebay is currently offering the unlocked 32GB model of the HTC One M7 for $399.99. That's 38% off of the list price of $649.99. It's also $40 less than you'll find for the same model over at Amazon. But this deal is good for today and today only.

The HTC One M7 originally launched in March 2013 with a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon600 processor, 2GB of RAM, and the new 'Ultrapixel' camera, along with dual frontal stereo speakers. The M7 was one of our favorite smartphones of 2013, and this year saw the release of its successor, the HTC One M8, which so far is our favorite for 2014.

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Regulator says:

I love my HTC One (M7). I had the opportunity to upgrade whenever my wife and I upgraded our plan at AT&T, but decided to just keep my One because it does more than I need and I prefer the feel of it to the M8. While I do wish the camera was a little better, we upgraded my wife to the Galaxy S5 to take care of that with 16mp camera. Unless there is some significant breakthrough with phones, I plan on riding this one out for a while. It is a perfect size for me, has a screen that is still top notch, and looks darn good.

3Dee says:

Those are absolutely my sentiments exactly - the M7 was so good , this year's crop of flagships all seem a bit disappointing.

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solotallboy says:

The GPe is also $399.

Razgriz24 says:

Now this is tempting.

mattw6789 says:

where? It's not on the Play store

jlczl says:

^^This

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sunrat39 says:

Man oh man. I don't know lately what it is but I've been on a htc kick as of late. I own a note 3 so I would be downgrading but htc one just stands out. Must resist.

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I'd trade my note 3 for an m8 any day of the week, I'd also consider trading for the GPe M7

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lucas710 says:

You can buy two Moto G's for that price. I think they have they same quality camera ;) lol

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floriyann says:

Same quality?? That was a joke right??

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benhaube says:

I'm sorry but the fact that HTC is still selling the M7 for $650 is ridiculous. That's highway robbery! Especially when it costs less than half of that to manufacture and the new generation is out for the same price.

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lucas710 says:

HTC is drowning, they need every penny to try and stay afloat ;)

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floriyann says:

Where did u see it selling at 650$?? Please read well the article!!

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He meant the list price. The 399 is just for today only but normal price is 650

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floriyann says:

I knew exactly what he meant, that's why I'm gonna post this http://shopamerica.htc.com/cell-phones/productdetail.htm?prId=41589. This is on the HTC website itself, so again I don't know where the hell he get his infos from

BldyIdt says:

Hmm, you can still buy one for 450€/$ (Expansys, Amazon, etc...)

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jlarkins08 says:

M7 is a great phone and I would surely buy this for a back up..

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evoben24 says:

I still have this phone its a great phone but I will be upgrading to either the LG G3, galaxy s5 prime, or nexus 6 in September

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bhatech says:

What a bad deal when you get Nexus 5, or One plus One. If you want the one buy the M8. Waiting for folks to tell not everyone needs latest specs.

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Dizfunctions says:

I still think the LG G2 is a better phone overall

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dizzle16 says:

$400 For a year old phone. So you really wonder why you're having profitability issues HTC? I can buy a nexus 5 out moto x, 2 phones that came out 7 months ago for less than that. HTC loses points for this junk

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quailallstar says:

Assuming this would only pick up T-Mobile's LTE in re-farmed areas.

someguy01234 says:

Well I have two Moto X right now, I suppose I could part with one and get a One to use as a TV remote control, but front speakers aren't too useful for me since I have Bluetooth in my car and the OnePlus is going to be $300. It's kind of tempting I have to say.
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If I didn't have the M8 already, I'd buy another M7 again...

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robsawalker says:

The HTC One m7 is such a damn good phone. I don't care what anyone says about the camera, I've been looking through my Google+ photos from the last twelve months, from my m7, and it is so good. Zoes, super fast, low light response...

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