26 hours and some change. That’s all that’s left until HTC will finally put us out of our misery and show the world once and for all if the company is built for greatness.
Meet the GooPhone One, an exact replica (we think) of the still unreleased HTC One, previously known as the M7.
You didn’t really think the HTC One rumor-fest ended already, did you? Good, because neither did we. Even if, after hearing about US release dates and pricing, there wasn’t much to be revealed.
U.S. availability details for the HTC One (M7) have apparently been leaked. The handset will arrive on March 22 with pricing starting at $199.99 if recent reports are to be believed.
HTC revealed on its website teaser images and videos of the upcoming HTC One. We can now tell that the earlier leaked press shots were accurate.
HTC has just sent out a tweet to remind everyone that they’re going to hold a huge event next week to announce their 2013 flagship phone, the HTC One.
The HTC One name for the HTC M7 has been officially confirmed during a Champions League match in Scotland where a billboard ad displayed the product name during the game.
Twitter user @evleaks, acknowledged as an insider when it comes to HTC, has produced what appears to be a press shot of the HTC One.
User agent profile seems to further back up claims that the HTC M7 flagship product will be sold as the HTC One in stores.
The latest star of a rumor bonanza is codenamed M7 and is supposed to be HTC’s next spearhead. While we’re not expecting it to come to light before the end of February, we already know a great deal about the phone, which is why we’ve decided to gather all the intel in one place.