HTC One S of your very own. As promised, the carrier has made its new flagship available today, though it doesn't look like the phone has landed on its customer-facing website just yet. If you just can't wait a few hours, head down to your local T-Mobile retail store, and bask in the glory of being one of the first in the US to get a hold of an HTC One-series phone.
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HTC One S completely free.
HTC One S is about to take the T-Mobile network by storm. Being available for pre-order now, it will hit store shelves and be available nationwide starting April 25th for $199. As usual, Costco is looking to get a piece of the pie by offering a lower price and a free $25 dollar gift card too.
HTC One S, only has a few design changes and will be for KDDI in Japan. Out of all the press renders leaked I think I'm liking the white model the most.
T-Mobile stating that their version of the HTC One S will be available in stores and online starting April 25th for just $199. We've been patiently waiting since we first spotted the device at MWC, and loved it in our full reviews. This phone will be one of, if not THE device to get on T-Mobile this summer.
HTC One S, you have a pretty awesome phone. HTC is already off to an excellent start for 2012 with their new "One" series available in Europe and now it's about to take the US markets by storm. We've already reviewed the HTC One S thoroughly with the European model, and today we have the T-Mobile version to share with everyone. More details and beautiful pictures can be found below.
AT&T to get their hands on the most powerful smartphone on earth, the HTC One X - part of HTC's newest line of hero devices, this device will bring AT&T packs of fans in on the first day for sure. We've had our hands on this device several times now in its international form, now it's time to get down to business with the HTC One series here in the USA. The HTC One X for AT&T will cost you $199.99 and will be available SOON - May 6th to be exact . Will you be getting in line early?
HTC One S is headed to T-Mobile and will be one awesome smartphone for this summer. Sadly they've been completely quite regarding any official launch date of the new flagship phone. While we still wait for T-Mobile to confirm a date we are now starting to see dummy units arriving in T-Mobile stores, along with advertisements. April 25th could still be the day.
Micro Arc Oxidation metal finishing technique that HTC went to such great pains to note when they revealed the One series? A few early owners of the One S in Europe noticed that it apparently needed a little more arc, or oxidation, or possibly micro, because on some models it's begun to chip around the impact-prone edges. After some complaints from customers who didn't appreciate their brand new smartphone looked like it had gone three rounds with a pocket full of change and keys, HTC has responded positively, saying that they'll repair the hardware of any affected customers for free.
HTC One S, and while the carrier has yet to officially set a date for the svelte Android 4.0 smartphone, it looks like it's getting pretty close. After rumors of a late April launch, T-Mobile has sent out press invitations to a launch party on April 18th, precisely one week from today. That would certainly seem to imply that they're ready to start up a marketing campaign, if nothing else. There's no verification on the actual launch date, but sometime the following week seems likely. The last we heard, T-Mobile's internal systems pegged the phone for release on April 25th, the Wednesday following the launch event. With press info sent out, it seems to be a done deal, so start saving your pennies. There's been no official word on a price either, but given their current lineup, I'd bet on $249 with a two-year contract. T-Mobile's still using HSPA+ technology for its network, so the the American version of the phone should be almost identical to its European counterpart, which we reviewed last week. And by the way T-Mobile users, if you've been waiting for a next-generation phone with a subsidy, this is it. Never mind the slim aluminum chassis or the 8 megapixel camera. Never mind the Snapdragon S4 processor, which (at least in some tests) beats the Tegra 3 quad-core with a stick. Never mind the 4.3-inch display. No, the real draw is Ice Cream Sandwich, and the One S will be HTC's first US phone to get the updated software at launch, along with Sense 4.0. It's about time. Also, attendees of the launch party will be serenaded by "Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.", which is apparently a pop band and not the unborn progeny of a NASCAR driver. You live and learn. [timeline] [device id=2316]