HTC One (M7) 2013 smartphone available now just for $1

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Last year’s HTC One flagship (M7) is still among the best Android smartphones currently available on the market, and Best Buy is now selling it for just $1 When signing new two years contract.

HTC recently launched its latest powerhouse, the HTC One M8, which prompted some neat price cuts for last year’s flagship smartphone. Best Buy has now applied some heavy discounts on the original HTC One, offering the handset for just $1 when agreeing to sign a two-year service agreement with Sprint, Verizon Wireless, or AT&T.

The original HTC One may not pack the latest and greatest specs and features anymore, but it’s still a very capable smartphone that has received high praise for its performance and exquisite design. Moreover, the smartphone has also received software updates to the latest Android 4.4 KitKat, so things are still looking up.

As a reminder, the 2013 HTC One (M7) sports a 4.7-inch full HD 1080p display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor clocked at 1.7GHz, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage capacity. Other specs include HTC’s much-touted UltraPixel camera, as well as some neat features and functionality. On the design front, the smartphone boasts an elegant aluminum unibody case which makes it look and feel premium.

When it comes to color options, Best Buy has the Sprint HTC One available in blue, silver, black, and red, the AT&T model in silver, black, or blue, and the Verizon Wireless version in just silver or blue.

The new HTC One M8 flagship comes with a $199.99 price tag on-contract, but if you don’t absolutely have to have the latest model you may want to consider the original HTC One at this very attractive $1 price point.

Best Buy doesn’t mention whether this is a limited-time promotion, and, if so, when it will expire. At the time of writing the deal is in place for all of the aforementioned models of the HTC One, provided that you don’t mind signing a two-year contract with Sprint, Verizon Wireless, or AT&T.

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