HTC One harman/kardon Edition Exclusive to Sprint
Sprint today announced an exclusive version of the HTC One (M8). The HTC One harman/kardon Edition includes two sound processing technologies to improve music quality: Clari-Fi to improve the sound, and LiveStage to improve the stereo effect. The phone is bundled with harmon-kardon earbuds with phone controls, a $149 value. The phone also includes an FM radio. It comes in a champagne/black color. It will be available starting May 9th from Sprint as well as premium audio retailers such as Crutchfield. It will sell for $229 on contract, $30 more than the standard edition One.
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