HTC’s most important device yet, HTC One, has been well received among media and consumers, selling over five million devices in its short lifetime. Not quite the heights of Samsung’s Galaxy S4, but commendable considering HTC’s history. A wider rollout was always going to help determine the handset’s fate, so greater availability likely means better sales. And, starting June 5, customers on T-Mobile can finally pick the HTC One up nationwide.
From the beginning, the One was only launched at select T-Mobile locations across the U.S., likely due to supply constraints. If the device wasn’t at your local store already, it will be very soon, giving the Galaxy S4 that much more competition. Did you hear that the HTC One might also come to Verizon? Watch out Samsung.
In addition to wider availability of the HTC One, T-Mobile will also begin offering the BlackBerry Q10 on June 5 for $99.99 with 24 monthly payments of $20 for Simple Choice customers, according to TmoNews. As a quick refresher, the Q10 will come with a 3.1-inch Super AMOLED display, BlackBerry 10 OS, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, an 8-megapixel camera, LTE support and NFC.