Is HTC’s CEO Peter Chou Holding a White M7 In These Photos?

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Talk about HTC releasing a phone under the codename M7 has been growing by the day around these parts, so it seems like a release is imminent. Peter Chou, the CEO for HTC, was in attendance at an end-of-the-year event for HTC and it ended up being televised by many stations. At one point, Chou pulled out a device and proceeded to take a few pictures of the crowd. Could this be the M7?  (more…)

HTC M7 Headed to AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile – Possibly Delayed on Verizon?

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When HTC takes the stage on February 19 to unveil the M7 (still just a codename), a new report out of HTC Source suggest that the company will announce its availability on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. If you see a name missing from the last, you are not alone. According to their sources, Verizon will not be one of the launch partners. Their source was not able to elaborate on why, but one would assume it has to do with the DROID DNA still being somewhat fresh. No better way to kill one smartphone than by launching a similar device 4 months later, right?

Other rumors peg the HTC M7 for a March 8 release overseas. We’ll hopefully know on the 19th of next month when it’ll find its way to the States.

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Via:  HTC Source

Rumor: HTC M7 Hitting Stores on March 8, in White and Black

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According to sources who spoke with HTC Source, a typically reliable HTC insider outlet, the oft-rumored M7 will launch on March 8. The phone will almost undoubtedly be unveiled at HTC’s press event on February 19 in NYC, which both Dave and I will be on-hand for. If this rumor holds true, it matches up to previous rumors that pegged the device for a Q1 2013 release. We should also point out that the M7 could show up in the UK and elsewhere in Europe before it arrives in the States.  (more…)

HTC to Hold Event on February 19 to Show “What’s Next”

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We always love waking up to press event invites, especially when they are from companies like HTC ahead of a major conference (Mobile World Congress in this case). That usually means something big, because they have decided to do their own thing rather than share the spotlight with dozens of competitors. So mark your calendars, February 19th in NYC is the day that HTC’s shows us “what’s next.”

I think it’s safe to say that we are all expecting this to be the M7. The device has leaked in a variety of ways over the last couple of months