HTC posted a page on their website explaining how Android Pay will work with their devices, along with a list of phones that are supported in the US. In order to use it, you have to download the dedicated Android Pay app provided by Google, and add your debit or credit cards.

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HTC also stressed the security standards:

[blockquote author=””]A virtual account number represents your account information so your card details stay safe. As soon as you make a purchase, you’ll see a payment confirmation that shows exactly where a transaction happened. If your phone is ever lost or stolen, you can instanly lock your device from anywhere[/blockquote]

Oh, and here’s that list:

AT&T

HTC One M9

HTC One (M8)

HTC One (M7)

HTC Desire EYE

HTC Desire 626

Sprint

HTC One M9

HTC One (M8)

HTC One (E8)

HTC One (M7)

HTC One max

HTC Desire 601

HTC Desire 816

T-Mobile

HTC One M9

HTC One (M8)

HTC One (M7)

Nexus 9

Verizon

HTC One M9

HTC One (M8)

HTC One (M7)

HTC Desire 626

Nexus 9

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