The eagerly awaited new HTC One Google Edition will be available, running vanilla Android without HTC skinning, on June 26 for $599, Google Android chief Sundar Pichai announced today at D11. Gizmodo’s Mario Aguilar says the new phone will also be available unlocked, which is great news for a vociferous Android community that’s used to awkward brand- and carrier-specific software being hardbaked into new phones.
This wasn’t the only major announcement Pichai made onstage. In a major move, Google Play Music All Access will be made available for iOS, and Google confirmed it will continue to manufacture Nexus hardware.
[Jessica Hullinger contributed to this post]