AT&T hasn’t made any official announcements about the release date of the HTC One, but according to a tip, preorders for the device could start as soon as Friday, April 5.
The HTC Droid DNA disappeared from Verizon’s website a few days ago, prompting speculation about the impending arrival of the “DNA Plus”. Now the device is back online.
Radioshack put up signs for the HTC One, which will be available from both Sprint and AT&T. It looks like the device will be priced at $199 on-contract, and will also include $50 Google Play Store credit, and a $10 Radioshack coupon.
The analysis of an allegedly leaked ROM of the upcoming “Facebook phone” shows that the social networking giant will release a launcher, rather than a modified version of Android.
The HTC Desire P will be available in Taiwan exclusively from Chunghwa Telecom, and is priced at NT $ 10,999 (~$365).
The HTC One hasn’t had the smoothest launch. Sadly HTC’s woes are set to continue as the company is still facing component shortages, which are expected to go on through April.
After a series of unfortunate delays, the HTC One is now up for grabs in HTC’s home country of Taiwan.
Facebook wants to replace the conventional Android homescreen with its own application. HTC will deliver the first phone with the new app, but other manufacturers are in the pipeline.
Talk about commitment to a cause. Not a noble cause, but still. You have to give it up for the makers of the latest Chinese clone, which doesn’t only replicate the original’s design, but also its name.
The first fiscal quarter of 2013 has not ended yet, but we already have a good idea what phones will be battling it out throughout the year for the Android crown.