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Starting April 19, T-Mobile will unlock the door to online sales for the HTC One, the phone maker's most impressive handset on the market.
Starting April 24, you'll be able to also buy it in stores.
As a newly minted no-contract carrier, T-Mobile can't sell the smartphone for $200, but it will give you a break with a down payment of $99 and a $20-per-month charge for the next two years. The cost works out to $580 for the feature-laden handset. You can also pay the full price up front.
HTC's One features a stunning design and a sharp 4.7-inch 1080p display, and runs Android Jelly Bean. It also scores major points with us for its excellent camera.