Google to Sell HTC One Running on Stock Android

After much speculation, Google finally decided to lay the rumors to rest. The search engine giant finally announced that it will sell HTC's flagship smartphone, the HTC One, running on stock Android. The news was not really surprising as Google had also announced weeks ago that it will be selling Samsung's flagship, the Galaxy S4, running on stock Android as well.

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This new version of the HTC One, running on Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2, will give a Nexus User Experience to anyone who decides to get it. It will be available from the Google Play Store starting June 26 for $599. It is $50 cheaper than Google's Galaxy S4. The unlocked device will run on both AT&T and T-Mobile in the United States with support for high-speed LTE data on both networks. It will come with a 32GB non-expandable built-in storage. And because it is Google that will sell it, it will also be getting software updates directly from Google itself.

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