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T-Mobile HTC One S to sell for $599 without a two-year contract

April 18, 2012 |

With only a few hours left before T-Mobile’s HTC one S press event in New York city, the web guys at T-Mobile have flipped the switch, revealing the unsubsidized price of the HTC One S. If you’re not interested in … Read More

Rumor: T-Mobile to launch HTC One S on April 25

April 10, 2012 |

When will T-Mobile launch the HTC One S? According to new images, Magenta will be unleashing HTC’s dual-core phone on April 25th. The HTC one S is already on sale in Europe and in a few countries in Asia, so … Read More

Android 4.0 update for the T-Mobile HTC Sensation 4G officially delayed

March 30, 2012 |

According to a new report, the Android 4.0 update for the T-Mobile HTC sensation 4G has been delayed. HTC originally announced that the Sensation 4G would be one of their first devices to taste the Ice Cream Sandwich update which … Read More

Rumor: T-Mobile HTC One S to launch April 22

March 29, 2012 |

We don’t have a lot to go off of with this story since the image above says it all. The HTC One S for T-Mobile USA is now expected to launch on April 22. Our good friends over at TmoNews … Read More

Qualcomm S4 SoC production stoppage may cause HTC One launch delays

March 10, 2012 |

According to a report by SemiAccurate, production of Qualcomm’s new S4 chip has come to a halt. Qualcomm’s SoC manufacturer, TSMC, halted 100 percent of it 28nm chip production three weeks ago (before the HTC One was unveiled) to make … Read More

T-Mobile discontinues white HTC Amaze 4G

March 5, 2012 |

T-Mobile’s newest HTC phone is already on its way out. The white HTC Amaze 4G was discontinued on February 14, but you can still pick one up from T-Mobile’s website, your local store or even Amazon (which currently has the … Read More

Sprint and T-Mobile to launch the HTC One X as EVO and G series phones

February 28, 2012 |

For some, the excitement of HTC’s new handset announcements wore off pretty quickly when it was announced that the HTC One XL (an LTE enabled version of the One X with a Qualcomm S4 processor) would be available exclusively from … Read More