Leaked screenshot confirms T-Mobile HTC One release on April 24


AT&T and Sprint will be launching the HTC One smartphone on April 19. T-Mobile is also preparing to launch the smartphone on its network on April 24. It has been confirmed from a leaked screenshot of T-Mobile plans showing that it will begin offering the HTC One which is the 2013 flagship devices of the Taiwan based mobile manufacturer. It is further revealed that the HTC One will be launched in select retail and branded locations as well as on T-Mobile and Telesales.

Leaked screenshot shows T-Mobile will launch the HTC One on April 24

It is already expected that the HTC One smartphone is being prepared to be launched by the US carrier on April 24.

HTC One packs a 5-inch FHD 1080p display with 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor with an amazing 4MP Ultrapixel camera. It can also shoot both HD video and still images in burst mode simultaneously using HTC Zoe mode. The device comes preinstalled with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean with a quick update promised to v4.2 Jelly Bean build, which is latest and greatest version of Android OS.

The device will be available for $99 down payment from T-Mobile Stores with $20 monthly installment payments for 2-years. Online retailer, Best Buy is already taking pre-orders for the 32GB version of the T-Mobile HTC One smartphone.

Other carriers are also expected to carry the device in the US. For precise info, more reports will be updated.

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Source: TmoNews

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1 thought on “Leaked screenshot confirms T-Mobile HTC One release on April 24”

  1. There is quite a lot on the HTC One that persuaded me to buy one. The most obvious is the full HD display that makes text, photos, and videos look brilliant. I usually keep up with my shows on the commute to work at DISH since it takes a while to get there. The full HD display works well with the DISH Anywhere app and my shows have never looked better on the 1080p display.


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