AT&T and Sprint Nextel said that the HTC One will hit stores on April 19 starting at $199.99 and a two-year contract.
Eager fans can pre-order the phone at AT&T on April 4, and on Sprint a day later.
After plenty of hype and a short delay, the flagship HTC One finally looks ready to come to at least one carrier. The 32-gigabyte version will cost $199.99, while the 64GB version, which is exclusive to AT&T, will sell for $299.99 and a two-year contract.
The phone will come in black and silver. The AT&T version will come with a free HTC Media Link HD wireless HDMI adapter, which is valued at $90 and let you wirelessly send videos, photos, and music from the phone to the television.
The HTC One is expected to also land on T-Mobile, part of HTC's strategy to broaden the distribution of its flagship product. The company is pegging its comeback hopes on the all-metal phone, which has garnered early critical praise for its design and construction.
Updated at 8:16 a.m. PT: to include updated information from Sprint Nextel.