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Black HTC One Appears on AT&T and Sprint Webpages


If you’re thinking about getting an HTC One, you may want to hold off after a report today. American carriers AT&T and Sprint both showcased a black HTC One phone, an option next to their silver. It’s an option that is “coming soon” to these American carriers, so there is no confirmed launch date at the moment.

AT&T will sell it in 64GB, and Sprint is selling it in 32GB as of right now. However, more storage options may be released in the coming months. The black HTC One according to AT&T will be called “stealth black”.

The HTC One will be available on major Canadian carriers such as Bell, Rogers, Telus and Virgin Mobile. There is no option for the black model listed, but we will contact them for comment.

What are your thoughts on the black HTC One? Leave your comments below! I myself would wait for the black HTC One! Be sure to visit us on FacebookTwitter, and Google+  for the latest tech news, reviews and updates!

VIA: Engadget
SOURCE: AT&T, Sprint


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