The new version of the HTC One was unveiled today—so it's time to start saving your money again, kids.
This time around HTC fit the phone with a 5-inch full HD display, a third camera sensor that lets users refocus the image after it's been taken, a microSD slot for more storage, and a new feature called Motion Launch that lets apps open with a swipe of the screen. One of the craziest additions to the phone isn't in the body, interestingly enough, but in the case. HTC made their own case called Dot View, which shows the time, weather, and other notifications through a protective cover.
You can buy the phone today from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Best Buy, Amazon, and Walmart (if you want to buy it in-store today, Verizon is the only place that will have it, everyone else should have it April 11.) Best Buy is selling an exclusive Amber Gold version of the phone, which you can peep in the pics above. The phone, on average, is going for about $200 with a contract. Without contract, you can get it for $649, or a Google Play edition of the phone for $699, which is arriving soon.
Stay tuned for our review of the phone coming this week.