Pre-Registration For The T-mobile HTC One M8 Starts Today

T-mobile subscribers are now getting their chances to pre-register for the upcoming release of the HTC One M8. The launch date is only days away as April 11th is coming up fast. This is the same type of scenario that customers had with the Samsung Galaxy S5. Users of T-mobile service were able to pre-register for Samsung's new flagship the day it was announced by Samsung at MWC in February with pre-orders beginning at the end of last month. This new pre-registration for the HTC 2014 flagship is just like most other major device launches for the company. You can pre-register for an informational update reminder about the device launching so you remember to jet down to your closest retail location and buy one, but you cannot pre-order the phone.

It's interesting that T-Mobile would choose to have available pre-order options for the Samsung Galaxy S5, but not with the HTC One M8. This of course could be something entirely at the hands of HTC and have nothing to do with T-Mobile. Today you can go to a dedicated HTC One M8 web portal at the T-mobile website, and enter your information to get that all important alert that the new HTC phone is ready and available for you to buy come launch day. Upon navigating over to the pre-registration page you'll need to be ready to enter your first and last name, your email, your phone number, and your zip code.

We haven't heard anything exactly on the color option details T-mobile subscribers will have available to them, but we know the gunmetal grey will be available and we can guess there might be the glacial silver color either immediately or shortly down the line after initial release. The HTC One M8 as most of you already know comes with a full HD 5-inch display, and comes with the iconic dual front top and bottom speakers with Boom Sound just like last years device. Are there any subscribers out there that aim to be picking one of these devices up on the day of the launch? If so have you already pre-registered or will you just be entering the date into your phones calendar?

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