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Ceramic Black HTC One S now available from T-Mobile

Ceramic Black HTC One S now available from T-Mobile

The long-awaited Ceramic Black HTC One S has finally landed on T-Mobile USA. We’ve seen hints of T-Mobile’s black One S for months, but we’re actually surprise that T-Mobile is even bringing the handset to market this late in the year. The HTC One S made its T-Mobile USA debut in late April.

It’s hard to say how many consumers will still be interested in picking up the Ceramic Black HTC One S, but if you’re on the market for a new HTC phone from T-Mobile, it’s still the best option available. Specs on the Ceramic Black HTC One S are identical to those on the Radiant Blue model. Handset owners will be treated to a 4.3-inch qHD display, 1.5Ghz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8 megapixel rear camera with a BSI sensor 1080p video capture and a dedicated image processing chip.

What makes the Ceramic Black HTC One S so unique is the micro arc oxidation (MAO) process which blasts the aluminum shell of the HTC One S with 10,000 volts which cause a microscopic chemical reaction which even changes the color to a soft black. The single piece of aircraft 6,000 series aluminum which makes up the exterior shell of the HTC One S gains ceramic chemical properties through the micro arc oxidation process and becomes five times stronger.

The Ceramic Black HTC One S can be purchased directly from T-Mobile’s website for free after a $50 mail-in rebate if bundled with a new two -year contract while the in-store price of the handset is set at $149.99 (both in-store and online prices are subject to a two-year contract agreement).

How many of you would have gone with the Ceramic Black HTC One S if it would have been available at launch?

Source: T-Mobile via TmoNews

 

About Nick Gray

Tech enthusiast, Android user and founder of the first HTC blog – Nick Gray has been blogging about HTC phones before most people knew what a smartphone even was. Over the years Nick has owned and tested dozens HTC devices and is constantly flashing new ROMs to his Android phones.