Rumor: HTC One set to launch on Verizon this spring
There’s new evidence that the HTC One may actually launch on all four major U.S. service providers. T-Mobile, Sprint and AT&T have already announced their intent to sell the HTC One (according to HTC, the March retail launch of the device is still on track), but Verizon has not shown any sign that it will offer the device to its customers. But that may soon change.
According to a new rumor, Verizon is currently testing the HTC One and its retail debut “will trail the other U.S. carriers by a month or two.” This new bit of information comes only a day after we reported that the Verizon-bound HTC6445LVW (also known as the HTC DLXPLUS) received its Bluetooth certification. It’s impossible to know why Verizon would want to keep the HTC One out of the hands of its customers for an extra month or two, but we wouldn’t be surprised if the device features a handful of hardware and software tweaks once it hits store shelves later this spring.
Source: All Things D