HTC revealed its beautiful and amazing HTC One smartphone today, and the company also noted that it's coming to three major wireless carriers in the United States: Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. That's great news for consumers, and we know that AT&T has plans to offer both 32GB and 64GB models in black and white.

Pricing hasn't been announced, but we have a sneaking suspicion the 32GB model will cost $199 with a new two-year contract while the 64GB option will cost $299. Maybe we're off base, but we don't imagine the pricing being any higher than that.

If you live abroad, you can see a full list of international carriers in a post we published earlier. It's unclear why Verizon Wireless decided not to include the HTC One in its lineup, but our guess is that the phone is too similar (in some respects) to the recently launched DROID DNA.