However, it looks like AT&T can chalk up another exclusive arrangement for the next flagship release, as the carrier’s promo video for the HTC One shows the 64GB variant to be all theirs.
The 32GB HTC One will be offered across the spectrum, but those on Sprint or T-Mobile may be disappointed if they were hoping to score the larger capacity device. Since the HTC One does not offer any microSD card support, the 64GB model will certainly be appealing for many.
For those that may be relegated to a 32GB model, and are worried about whether or not they will have enough storage space, there are a variety of cloud options available to help and the networks are better situated now than they were a year ago to make cloud solutions more viable. Were you all set on a 64GB HTC One, or are you ready to go either way once the device hits the market? Check out AT&T’s promo video below and tell us what you think.
sources: Droid Life via Android Central