After officially taking the wraps of its new flagship smartphone, the new HTC One (M8), earlier today, HTC’s new device is now officially up for sale online through Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. All of the carriers are offering the device for $199 on the usual two year contract, but also have payment plans available that put the cost of the device somewhere near the $600 price point.

HTC One (M8) Verizon | AT&T |  Sprint | T-Mobile

The Google Play Edition of the device— the one sold through Google with a stock version of Android instead of HTC’s customized Sense 6 experience, is also now available through Google Play online. It’s selling for $699.99, and as with all GPE devices is carrier unlocked.

HTC One (M8) Google Play Edition

Full specs for the new device are here, details on availability for other countries here, and a roundup of early reviews here.

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