More SIM-unlocked, developer editions slated to be available April 23

Just a quick heads up that the unlocked and developer versions of the HTC One are once again available for preorder directly from HTC. You'll actually be preordering, as HTC's expecting to have more phones in stock starting April 23 -- eight days from now.

The phones had been listed as unavailable for several days last week.

You've got two choices -- a 32-gigabyte SIM unlocked HTC One for $574.99, or a 64GB "developer edition" for $650, for those who want to hack the HTC One as much as possible.

If you're still on the fence, be sure to check out our HTC One review, and swing by our HTC One forums.

There are 11 comments

turb0wned says:

F U t-Mobile. Also F U HTC for not including the 1700 band!

Mobius360 says:

So this phone is pretty much only AT&T usable, or am I not understanding you correctly?

turb0wned says:

It will work on T-Mobiles LTE and HSPA will ONLY work on T-Mobile if you are in an area that T-Mobile refarmed to the 1900mhz.

someguy01234 says:

You're ridiculous. It's not T-Mobile fault the phone isn't pentaband, lots of times its engineering reasons such as limitation of the chip. If you even purchase unlocked international phones many time you would know most do not come with 1700MHz band. If there is even a conspiracy then AT&T is where you should look.

skinja99 says:

Can you explain which bands are covered by the Developer Edition. And which of those bands work on which carriers in the US?


Good I'm not alone in wondering... Verizon's voice & 3G freqs are 850 / 1900 MHz - does that mean this dev phone would work in VZW's network?

turb0wned says:

Verizon = CDMA

So no it won't work.

Ahh, i see -- thanks!

rickms80 says:

LTE: 700/850/AWS/1900 MHz (US)

Isn't AWS not 1700?

rickms80 says:

oops...nvm. Totally missed it's missing HSPA AWS.

getitoutme2 says:

I want this ... and I want it on T-Mobile. Is there a way to tell what areas T-Mobile has refarmed in?