How can you make the HTC One better than it already is? Give it stock Android. Google just announced that they will be selling the HTC One starting in late June for those who want the true Android experience, without the bloat that can come with one from the manufacturer. It will be available from the Google Play store for $599, come with 32 GB of built-in storage, and will be useable on the AT&T and T-Mobile networks with LTE support. You will also get the benefit of software updates directly from Google, without having to wait for HTC to roll it out. If they release a Verizon version of this phone, I may have a hard time resisting the temptation to go back to Android!
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