$199.99 on-contract or $599.99 outright, running Android 4.2
After what seems like an eternity in pre-release limbo, Verizon Wireless has officially launched its version of the HTC One, and you can actually go out today and buy it. Pick up an HTC One on a standard two-year plan and you'll pay $199.99, buy it outright and you're looking at a $599.99 fee.
Besides the extra branding on the back, and Verizon 4G LTE support lurking within, it's essentially the same HTC One we've been talking about since the announcement back in February — a phone with exceptional build quality, speedy software and a gorgeous 1080p SuperLCD3 screen. Verizon's HTC One comes in the "glacial silver" color with 32GB of storage.
Verizon's version also has the advantage that it launches with Android 4.2 and a slightly updated version of HTC's Sense 5 software, compared to the Android 4.1-based firmware on most U.S. HTC Ones. For what it's worth, HTC has said it hopes to get the newer Android 4.3 release onto all U.S. versions of the phone by the end of September.
If you need a quick refresher, check out our full review of the HTC One. If you're already sold, hit the Verizon link down below to visit the carrier's online store.
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Source: Verizon Wireless
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