HTC has announced yesterday their HTC One smartphone, which is their new flagship Android handset. HTC One features new HTC Sense innovations including HTC BlindFeed, HTC Zoe, HTC BoomSound that will make users’ experience enjoyable. The design of the handset is just the way revealed in earlier leaks.

As soon as the handset is announced by HTC, carriers around the world started announcing their support for the new flagship HTC One smartphone, and so did the carries in the stateside. Leading carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have announced that they will be carrying the HTC One on their network.

On AT&T, HTC One will be available in Silver and Black color options. Customers will have the option to choose from 32 and 64GB variants. The availability and pricing will be announced later sometime. For more information you may visit

T-Mobile has only announced that they will be carrying the handset on their network without revealing any further details. Future announcement from T-Mobile will tell us about the pricing and availability.

Sprint said that HTC One will be available on their network later this year without revealing at what time customers can expect the handset on Sprint. We expect the first availability of HTC One will be on AT&T’s network. To know what HTC One will be available on Sprint, you may pre-register at

A brief on the specs of HTC One, the handset features 4.7-inch Full HD Display fitted inside zero-gap aluminium unibody. The display delivers 468ppi pixel density so you will have a crystal clear viewing experience. It is powered by 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB RAM and runs Android Jelly Bean with new HTC Sense.

The handset has UltraPixel Camera by HTC on the rear that allows you to high-resolution photos along with a three-second video creating a life-like photo. This is enabled by HTC Zoe, it can also create galleries that seems alive. It also has a 2.1-megapixel front camera with 88-degrees wide-angle. Both the rear and front cameras are capable of recording HD 1080p videos.

The HTC Sense in HTC One also includes HTC BlinkFeed that allows users to get all the social updates and newsfeed right on your homescreen, so you stay updated all the time. This feature seems to like the mix of BlackBerry Hub (with only social networks) and Live Tiles of Windows Phone.

Then there is HTC BoomSound that enabled users to experience sharper and louder sound experience via the dual-speakers fitted on top and bottom front of the phone with built-in amplifiers which helps delivering the richer and sharper sound.

All the goodness are packed in a single smartphone that makes HTC One another innovation by HTC and a true competitor to top selling smartphones. Stay tuned for future updates on HTC One and share your opinions on HTC One in comments below.