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posted this on Jun 11 11:46

HTC flagship smartphone for 2013, the One, really impressed us when we reviewed the international version last month . The stellar design, fast performance, and really fantastic display overshadowed some of the complaints we have with the camera and its battery performance.

Since then, we've been anxiously awaiting to get our hands on the proper U.S. version of the check my website phone with support for LTE networks here in the States. I'm spending some time with AT & Variations One T's, which is available for purchase on April 19 for $ 199.99, and suffice to say, much of what we said about the international version applies to NASA & T model, save for the fact that you can access the faster network with this. Now there is one on the market that are easy to buy, should you?

From the perspective of design, the AT & T version of One is almost identical to the international kin - and that's a wonderful thing. This one is by far the nicest piece of Android hardware I've ever held, and its design and build quality really give Apple iPhone 5 a run for its money. Other Android manufacturers (* cough * Samsung * cough *) are deprived of content using cheap feeling, plastic unimpressive in their devices, but HTC has really pushed the envelope with premium materials and top-notch fit and finish One. To my surprise, the only extra branding that AT & T put in One is a small, silk-screen "globe" logo on the back of the device, just above the HTC's Beats Audio logo. Such a minimal modification of the design of the phone is exceptionally rare for American carriers, who love to put their own stamp on the device (Verizon could take some notes here).