Well, according to some sources that talked with HTC Source, it appears that the HTC One (aka M7) will be launching in the US on March 22nd on three of the major carriers. Those include AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. The HTC One is rumored to come with both 32GB and 64GB internal storage and sell for $199 and $299 on contract. It is also expected to feature a metal casing and front-facing stereo speakers. Which is pretty similar to the design we've seen in recent renders. We are also expecting to see a silver/white and a black version of the HTC One which we heard about a few weeks ago.
Furthermore, the leaks we saw earlier of the HTC One appear to be early pre-production units that were being used during testing. Which basically means that the phone we saw, was not the final design. Therefore,it will not look exactly like the Droid DNA, although the specs will still probably be similar.
Now, the Verizon fans may have noticed that the HTC One is not coming to Verizon, at least that's what the rumor mill is telling us. So if Verizon has passed on this device, what is Verizon going to offer for Q1? So far we haven't seen anything else rumored or leaked that could be coming to Verizon, except for the DLXPLUS which we thought was the M7. So could Verizon be looking at a slow Q1? Or are they going to really pick it up in Q2 and Q3? Since everything announced at Mobile World Congress in a few weeks, most likely won't launch until Q2 of this year.
We know HTC is holding their event next Tuesday in both London and New York City for the HTC One, which we've already seen advertised. I wonder if we'll get release dates as well on Tuesday at the event? That would be awesome, right? Is anyone really looking forward to the HTC One? Let us know in the comments below.