HTC One 32GB UK SIM Free Smartphone - Silver 414.60 @ Amazon

HTC One 32GB UK SIM Free Smartphone - Silver 414.60 @ Amazon

£414.60Amazon Deals
Found 1st Sep 2013
The HTC One uses an aluminum unibody frame with an antenna built into its backing; the choice of material was intended to give the device a solid, premium feel in comparison to smartphones made with a plastic shell. The unibody frame itself takes at least 200 minutes of CNC cutting to machine, resulting in a solid block of anodized aluminum, white polycarbonate, and tempered glass with chamfered, polished edges. The aluminum is sourced from custom-grade aluminum with a hardness higher than the aluminum found on the iPhone 5, and the frame is etched with channels in which the polycarbonate is inset using zero-gap injection molding. The polycarbonate forms a ring around the edge of the device, covers the top and bottom ends, and bisects the back with two lines, one of which flows around the camera lens below. The One was released in three different colors; silver, black, and Glamour Red (as released in certain territories in July 2013), and a blue color for the Verizon release.

Internally, the One is powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor with 2 GB of RAM, and supports LTE networks where they are available. Most models of the HTC One come with either 32 or 64 GB of internal, non-expandable storage—unlike the international model, the Chinese and Japanese models include a microSD slot. The One uses a 4.7 inch, 1080p Super LCD 3 display with a pixel density of 468 ppi. The One's internal components are arranged in a pyramid-like layout similar to the Butterfly and 8X; with larger components (such as the screen and battery) positioned towards the front and smaller components (such as the motherboard) positioned towards the back. This internal layout also allows the One to have a curved backing. The HTC One's audio system incorporates front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers, Beats Audio, and HDR audio recording.
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if only it was around 320:(
Nexus 4.
I was looking at this deal a few weeks back, if you read the feedback there is quite a few saying the phone is not new from the factory, but a modified Vodaphone stock that has been re-flashed and poorly done at that. Not voting either way, as this is a very good deal if the phone was new.

if only it was around 320:(

If you don't mind buying secondhand then Smartfonestore are selling them at around that price. I bought a grade A nexus 4 a while ago and it was in perfect condition.
Now £409.60
Just got the Nexus 4 more in my price range currently
I am very disappointed with this phone. Had it a few weeks now, to be honest I wish I saved my money & kept my HTC EVO. I paid £250 for the EVO which I had for almost 2 years. I don't feel this ONE is an upgrade but more of a side step.I don't feel a speed difference . I still prefer to use NOVA LAUNCHER anyway. I miss the SD slot & 3D functions from the EVO. Yes the ONE is more sleek & better sound but most definitely not worth the £420 I paid. In comparison to my EVO I would say it was only worth £320.
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