The HTC One launch was delayed in most countries, but several units have made their way to the US, it’s currently available for purchase on Amazon at prices starting from $850 (though prices as low as $800 have been seen).
The seller offering the One for $850 lists it as backordered and promises to “provide estimate shipping date soon”. Two other sellers are offering the HTC flagship at $900 but the shipping time is listed as 6-10 days, which begins to border the official US launch very closely.
AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint are accepting pre-orders and will make the phone available on April 19. AT&T is asking $200 for the 32GB model and $300 for the 64GB model (both on contract).
Sprint will also bring the $200 32GB model on the 19th, while T-Mobile hasn’t announced an official launch date but will ask $99 for the phone plus 24 payments of $20 ($580 in total). Note that a Developer Edition (carrier unlocked, 64GB storage) has been announced for $650.
Finally, one Amazon seller is offering the HTC One with 1-2 days shipping time, but its asking $1,180 for it, so we’d recommend waiting for the official launch.