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Friday, 05 April 2013 14:47

HTC One developer edition priced at US $649

Written by Slobodan Simic



64GB of internal storage, coming on April 19

A few days after the official announcement of the HTC One flagship smartphone, HTC also unveiled the developer edition of the same phone that will be only available with 64GB of internal storage.

The developer edition of the HTC One is practically the same smartphone but with a few quite important exceptions. The developer edition with actually be carrier unlocked and will also have an unlocked bootloader, a key feature in case you want to put custom ROMs on it.

On its Twitter account, HTC announced that the pre-orders will start today, April 5th while first devices are expected to hit retail/e-tail in the USA as of April 19. Unfortunately, the developer edition will be limited to the US.

You can check out more over at Engadget.com.


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