HTC One Max now available from Sprint — get it for as low as $149

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The long-rumored HTC One is finally available for purchase from Sprint today. Priced at $249.99 with a new two-year agreement, online buyers earn an additional $100 in instant savings bringing the final price down to $149.99.

The One Max is the bigger brother to the HTC One and rounds out a trio that includes the HTC One Mini. An Android 4.3 handset, the phone features a gargantuan 5.9-inch 1080p display along with a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB of internal storage.

We’ll have a full review of the device coming for those on the fence about the super-sized version of one of our favorite Android phones of the past year, but for now you might want to check out Android Forums for the latest discussion. Picking up or ordering the One Max today? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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  • blest

    HTC! Y U No 64gb?

    • Andrew torres

      I would have jumped for a 64 GB without a problem. It’s like all carriers are scared to jump on a device with that storage option, couple that with SDcard support on this already and you got a seller

    • Brian

      There is a 64GB SD card expansion slot. I just acquired my one max yesterday and I couldn’t be more pleased. In the past two months I have used the htc one, Moto X, iPhone 5S , and the Note 3. All very fantastic and worthwhile devices. The One Max, however, has all the right combinations to round out an exceptional device. The battery life seems the best of all the aforementioned mobiles. Check it out.

  • toomuchgame441

    I’m still a smidge dissapointed in this device, multi screen would have been nice on this screen size

    • LawrenceMcatee

      Remember the note didn’t have multi window display when it came out either. It was basically a giant galaxy. We will get new features as they come out.

    • Roaduardo

      I really thought multi windows was just another Samsung gimmick but I’m really seeing how piratical it is on a large display like my Note 3. Seeing it on this HTC model would be sweet.

  • Delmar

    Mehh

  • Franklin

    Not a bad deal with the discount but there are better options out there

  • josh

    Meh…Sony Experia Ultra Z for me….true phablet.

    • MattyP

      You don’t even know it’s proper name. There’s nothing that makes it any more of a “true phablet” than any of these larger handsets, and It isn’t available on Sprint which is what this article pertains to. Three fails in one sentence, congrats!

  • Juddres84362

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  • josh

    MattyP – geez, why so mad? 1 – I typed this on a phone when I was tired, so excuse the Xperia typo, 2 – Have you held an Ultra Z? If not watch some reviews; clearly the Ultra is not just a big phone, unlike the Mega, Note 3 or HTC Max. There’s a difference in feel…Ultra is a true tablet device that you can use as a phone. 3 – Is there a law saying people can’t switch carriers?

  • Guest

    What a beautiful phone the HTC one is. 2GB of ram makes in run very smooth. Great prices on Ebay http://bit.ly/1fKEUMU . For me it’s between the HTC one and samsung S4, both good looking fast phones.

  • Google Search

    bought one from Ebay for a great price http://bit.ly/17ClABC has been a quality phone so far, its very comfortable to hold and a quality phone from a great brand xD