I know it may be hard to look away from Berlin, Germany, where the spectacular IFA expo is in full gear, but if you can take two seconds off of the Galaxy Note 3, Sony Xperia Z1 & co., you may just feel tempted to commit to a different phone.
Namely, the HTC One — probably the best-looking Android in the world. And a handheld that still sits proudly in the upper part of the high-end mobile niche in terms of raw speed, despite being six months old.
So why should you grab the HTC One when LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Sony Xperia Z1’s commercial launches are right around the corner? Simple, because Amazon is cutting you an unrefusable deal.
The Verizon version of the sleek 4.7-incher in silver, only released a couple of weeks ago, goes for $119.99 through the popular online retailer, complete with a customary 2-year contract. That’s 80 bucks less than what Big Red charges via its official website, though in the spirit of full disclosure I have to mention Amazon sells the Sprint HTC One for 30 bucks and up and the AT&T flavor starting at $100.
Then again, Verizon is the number one wireless carrier in America for a reason (or several) and 120 bucks is not exactly a small fortune. Just remember that you’ll need to pen a new 24-month pact or cough up an extra $10 and upgrade to the HTC One. Now have fun shopping!
<Source: Android Police>