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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