Not only was it the first iPhone carrier in the world, but it will also be the only operator to offer the 64GB version of HTC One. And since HTC’s flagship lacks a microSD card slot, that’s fairly important, giving AT&T an advantage over T-Mobile and Sprint, which will get to carry 32GB models.
Then again, for most users 32 gigs is more than enough, since many of us rely on cloud-based storage services these days. It’s tempting, nevertheless — knowing that there is a 64GB HTC One out there which isn’t offered on other networks may help AT&T score many new customers. Yup, we expect HTC to move quite of few of these…
And here’s the proof in the form of AT&T’s HTC One promo video. Enjoy!