Android Phone Deal: Sprint HTC One Available for $19.99 on Contract

The HTC One may seem like a pretty old device, although it was announced back in February of 2013. It's still a pretty good device. It's also one of our favorite devices of the year. Although it seems like we are saying that about every device. We've seen so many great devices in 2013, and I'm expecting even more great ones in 2014. The HTC One on Sprint is available on Amazon right now on contract for about $20. Which is a pretty good damn price.

This is the Silver, red and black HTC One, and features a 4.7-inch 1080p Super LCD3 display along with 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 600 1.7GHz quad-core processor, and 32GB of internal storage. There is no microSD card slot inside. I personally like the black HTC One, I had the Stealth Black HTC One on Sprint for review earlier this year and really liked the color compared to the silver one. The HTC One is also available in Blue, but remember that is a Best buy exclusive. I'm still not sure how Best Buy got an exclusive color for all the carriers. Pretty strange.

The HTC One also has a few cool features, like having Android 4.3 with Sense 5 installed. It'll be getting Android 4.4 KitKat in the beginning of next year along with Sense 5.5. It's also got the UltraPixel camera which is actually pretty good on the HTC One. Along with Boomsound, which is amazing, and Blinkfeed. The HTC One is a really great device, and the Boomsound is the best feature I've seen on a smartphone this year. Sure it's using Beats Audio, but I don't think that makes a huge difference as the Boomsound speakers on the HTC One Max are pretty damn good as well without Beats Audio.

How many of you are looking to pick up a HTC One on Sprint? Let us know in the comments below.

HTC One, Silver (Sprint)

HTC One, Black (Sprint)

HTC One, Red (Sprint)

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