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HTC One to Launch on March 22 in the U.S. Through AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile?

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According to sources who spoke with HTC Source, the HTC One (formerly the M7) will launch in the U.S. on March 22 through AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. The device will come in both 32GB and 64GB variants at $199 and $299 on-contract, respectively. It will feature a metal casing and front-facing stereo speakers, much like the design renders we have seen leaked over the past couple of weeks. We should also see two models, a black and then a silver/white. 

The previous leaks that appeared to be actual photos of the HTC One are said to have been early pre-production units that were used during testing. That phone you saw is not the final design.

As you probably noticed, Verizon is not mentioned anywhere in that list of carriers. We are starting to hear on a regular basis that Big Red may have passed on this device completely. That’s disappointing if true. What we’re wondering now, which we talked about last night on the DL Show, is what Verizon plans to introduce during this quarter. So far, we haven’t seen a thing.

Via:  HTC Source

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  • Eleeflyguy43

    HTC needs to do charity work for one more year on Verizon with a Droid DNA Deux before getting Verizon to take the One. Sprint was a cheaper date with only one year of EVO charity. AT&T had the real exclusivity on a flagship One, while TMobile agreed to take a “One” branded lower grade variant, even though it was not really a “One”. It took Samsung 3 generations of customization and butchered Galaxy brands like Skyrocket, Attain, Vibrant, Fascinate, etc, before they had enough ever age to tell Verizon to “take it or leave it”

  • Richard Yarrell

    Tmobile needed this Htc device more than Verizon, [email protected], or Sprint. I am happy they will get this one matter of fact they should throw a sdcard slot on it so 64gb can be used their too.

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  • Tech Pro

    Really funny looking phone if real. Verizon probably want M4.

  • smaller screen, messed up button arrangement, no vzw? No thanks.

  • J. Gilbertson

    So they’re reusing the same HTC One name all over again? lame…

    • LionStone

      Still just rumors…has not been confirmed yet…and One was a series, not specifically the name of any one phone.

    • r0lct

      You mean like every other OEM does by releasing sequels?

    • MountainK1ng

      This time they mean it. It really is The One. :p

      • Guest

        Yeah. Cause there’s only one Galaxy device, right?

    • cyberb0b

      Yeah, because there’s only one Galaxy device, right?

  • Tyler Casilio

    well that sucks……..I can’t even say that with a straight face. I’m sorry you guys

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Can’t WAIT!!!! . . . . . Looking forward to selling my S3. I’ve missed you HTC!

  • MooleyBooleyTroll

    X Phone on T-Mobile!!!!

  • No surprises there. I just want it unveiled so we can all find out if HTC is going to make Sense not suck

  • zepfloyd

    Well Verizon will have the Blackberry Z10 in April…thats, something? {crickets}

    In all fairness they probably feel (not me) they already have enough devices running the lastest things in their stable, with quad-core, Jellybean, 1080p, devices from 4-5.5in, etc. Really what else is there right now competitively that anyone is getting that’s better? Especially if the One is really just a warmed over DNA. HTC is gotten very small as a force in general. You think churn is going to go really high because they don’t have it? (No.)

    • bigillz

      All depends on whether the One has removable battery and microSD. If it does, then sad, sad Verizon.

    • jasaero

      This is maybe true. I think it depends on how good the camera really is at the end of the day. I left VZW for less. I left cause they were LATE on and put their logo on the home button of the Note II. So a device they were going to get anyway. And I paid an ETF for 2 lines. The thing is T-Mo is WAY cheaper and if you live in one of their markets set to have LTE, why not go with the company more interested in selling you service than subsidized devices??

      • Richard Yarrell

        Much agreed, I dumped Verizon June 2012 due to the Galaxy Nexus fiasco for Tmobile and haven’t looked back. Here in New York City Tmobile bitch slaps Verizon all day long and my Galaxy Note 2 looks like the intended device created by the manufacturer and it just works superbly on it’s Hspa Plus 42mpbs network. Not on Verizon’s over saturated slowed down over priced LTE network. Verizon is a pitiful conclusion and anyone walking around with that silly graffiti filled cosmetically changed Galaxy Note 2 on Verizon is foolish. Matter of fact I have yet to even see anyone walking around the city of New York with a Verizon Galaxy Note 2. Haven’t seen one walking down the street nor have I ever seen one on the subways or buses during my daily travels. Guess they are embarrassed.

    • r0lct

      I think they were counting on more DROID devices and the OEMs are trying to jump off that ship.

  • Bionicman

    they probably think the DNA on VZW is good enough to not bring their new flagship phone….boy are they wrong.

    • Michael Toland

      I have read multiple people/sites state the DNA is the reason…not buying it. ATT just got a fantastic HTC One X+ about the same time the DNA was released, yet they are still going to offer the ONE. Really ticks me off Verizon is not in on this launch, may switch back to ATT, grrr.

  • Mallahet

    Verizon, what are you plotting back there?


    • hjm331

      They’re thinking about where they can stick their ugly logos on the phone.

      • michael arazan

        Too much memory in that phone, people wouldn’t be forced to stream a lot on the price gouging data tiers

    • Curtis Dietrick

      They most likely have a new Droid phone in the works and don’t want to carry such a strong competitor device.

  • Daveydog

    Not on Verizon = can’t compete with sg4 or moto x

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      More like = DNA has identical specs minus storage. . . . .

      • and minus screen size. …and plus horrible button arrangement! Maybe vzw is making the smart move.

  • Sounds like Verizon wants the rumored Nokia Lumia variant to take center stage, with the Z10 somewhere in there as well. S IV also isn’t far off.

    Damn, I feel bad for HTC. They needed this.

    • hkklife

      At least they got the DNA out on VZW prior to Christmas! There was a time last year when the Incredible LTE was endlessly delayed where I was worried the Rezound was gonna be the final HTC device on Big Red!