T-Mobile’s HTC One S Makes Its Way To The FCC?

The FCC isn’t coming out and telling us exactly what the above device is, but as the boys at Engadget have noted, a T-Mobile friendly version of the HTC One S just passed through the FCC. This particular model comes equipped with a AWS 3G radio in addition to 850/1900 bands. There is some speculation that the PJ58100 is the One S for T-Mobile, not the device seen above, the PJ40100. The PJ58100 passed through the FCC around two weeks ago and the two devices differ in the location of the WLAN / BT antenna.

Current intel points to an April launch for the HTC One S and we hope that passing the FCC is one of the last hurdles before launch.

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  • NardVa

    One device may be the International version of the HTC One S. Just like the Tegra HTC One X passed through the FCC even though nobody is slated,to carry the Tegra HTC One X in the USA.

    • Taron19119

      There is a rumor that t-mobile well get the international version of the htc one x wit out sents rebrand as t-mobile g 3

      • UMA_Fan

        I really really hope this is true.  Although a Tegra 3 HTC One X just passed through the FCC but it strangely has at&t HSPA+ bands with no LTE instead of T-Mobile

        • Taron19119

          That cause it well be t-mobile first phone useing the new reframe network so it well have the same hspa+ as att

        • UMA_Fan

          This sounds really unlikely.  If HTC is going through the trouble of releasing a T-Mobile USA branded variant then they’ll stick the AWS radio on there for T-Mobile 4G.

          Also from what I understand the spectrum refarming won’t be possible everywhere due to limited PCS holdings in some markets but could be wrong on that, it would be great to have HSPA+ on att bands nationwide through T-Mobile.

        • Taron19119

          Did u for get t-mobile have a roman agreement wit at&t for 5 years

        • hiflyer

           what?  we can use ATT in Italy???  wow!

        • Littlesis1774

          Can’t use T-mobile USA in Germany. Trust me I am in Germany now. If want you use your phone then you better get ready to pay a huge roaming fee.

        • Taron19119

          No its t-mobile usa

        • nyuhsuk

          Your sarcasm has failed to penetrate the dense…

  • Taron19119

    I hope one is wit sents and one whitout sents

    • monkeybdb

      oh spellcheck, why have you forsaken us?

    • stevejobbed

       I am going to assume that you intentionally butcher the English language in your comments to get attention. I have to assume this because I don’t want to think that someone actually taught you to write this way.

  • Javier Aguilar

    Hmmm…

  • haters on the rocks

    Im curious if its quad core lol I know it suppose to be dual core but sense quad core isn’t compatible to lte maybe T-mobile would be able to put it in their one s lol. I can only dream

    • J-Hop2o6

       Its Dual-Core, but its still faster than the Quad-Core Tegra 3 since its using updated architecture (ARM A15 class), while the Tegra 3 is using last gen ARM A9.

      • haters on the rocks

        Yeah I saw the benchmark but still wouldn’t mind the tegra 3 4 plus 1.

        • J-Hop2o6

           Pass. Rather have a next gen chip at the new 28/32nm using A15 class cores (S4 and others upcoming) instead of A9 @ 40/45nm process (Tegra 3). It will future proof u longer.

        • Which way is Up?

          Agreed. The S4 is definitely the better processor.  However in all honesty, I have yet to see a true benefit from single to multi core processing other than 1080p video and as good as hi def video recording on a cell phone sounds, it will never replace a stand alone cam corder. Same thing with cell phone cameras (although that is no longer the case with some of these phones).

          The one particular reason why I would want the X vs the S is, 1) larger screen and 2) 720p display and 3) more internal storage (when comparing the internation X to the S, 32Gig’s vs 16Gigs, respectively).

          My trigger finger is getting itchy but I may just have to sit tight with my XE until I find out more about this rumored T Mobile One X… 

          Two major con’s holding me back from immediately getting the One S, 1) 16 Gigs of internal (probably less depending on how it’s partitioned) and 2) 1650 mAh battery.  Cant wait to see it live though. 

        • J-Hop2o6

           AT&T One X has S4, but 16GB, and that should be able to use Tmo’s AWS HSPA+. The international doesn’t have AWS HSPA+ unless u don’t mind 2G/EDGE (yuck!). And yea, a 720p screen would be very nice. And I believe if the phone is ICS and doesn’t have a microSD slot, then u can use the whole partition like the iPhone (read about G-Nexus partition). And both S & X have puny under 2000mAh non-replaceable battery’s =(

          So yea, i’ll say just wait it out until more info on the SGS3 comes out.

        • Which way is Up?

          The battery is by far the biggest issue for me. I’ve owned too many HTC phones to know that I need a spare battery. The Amaze being the best example of this philosophy so far…

          I’m cool rocking AT&T’s version of the One X but I was really looking forward to an all black unbranded model with 32 Gigs of internal.

        • Which way is Up?

          The battery is by far the biggest issue for me. I’ve owned too many HTC phones to know that I need a spare battery. The Amaze being the best example of this philosophy so far…

          I’m cool rocking AT&T’s version of the One X but I was really looking forward to an all black unbranded model with 32 Gigs of internal.

      • Joshua1davison

        agreed, we are so not ready for quad-core. Dual processors still have tons of room to beast out in my opinion.

  • Apollo66

    where is the one x 

  • Kimly

    once again, tmobile gets the worst? we need HTC ONE  X

    • haters on the rocks

      One s isn’t that bad it does have that qualcomm s4 chip which if u see the benchmark it beat the tegra 3.

    • http://tmonews.com David

      I’d hardly call the HTC One S “the worst.”

      • Taron19119

        What is gdgt and what phone well t-mobile be showing there

      • AndrewSingleton

        “the inferior” for sure 

        • Joshua1davison

          Actually the One S should in turn be faster due to its lower pixel density, I point blank would prefer it over the One X because the resolution is already more than amazing.

        • AndrewSingleton

          i’ll always go for the larger size. i have a nexus and there’s no looking back from here.

    • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

       Kimly even without the full 720 screen the htc One S is still High end regardless of what you think.  In fact some would prefer the build materials of the s to the x including this person right here, me.

      • Derail Doax

        My wife has an EVO 3D with the 4.3″ qHD screen, I have an EVO 4G with CM7 on it. Her screen is noticibly skinnier than mine although it is still a decent size. I think that’s not really that big of a deal, especially with how clear it is. QHD is definitely higher res to the eyes than WVGA. What I really like are aluminum bodies, I was very impressed with the build quality on my old Mytouch 4G. I liked the soft touch & metal combination. So definately I’d like the One S more than an all plastic One X. In fact I’m going to get a Sprint Galaxy Nexus as my all plastic phone. But seeing the One S is going to have superior processor, and camera the only thing I’m really looking forward to on the Gnex is vanilla ICS, the 720 screen and buttonless interface.

    • Which way is Up?

      The One V would be the “worst” out of the 3… It is the most budget friendly and has the specs to prove it.  The differences/similarities between AT&T’s One XL and T Mobile’s One S has been covered here before.  Both have 16 Gigs of internal, both feature a dual core S4/Krait processor at the same clock speed.  Most people are confusing the International One X which has the Tegra 3 (4 + 1 processor) with 32 Gigs of internal.
       
      Both versions of the One X have the 4.7″ 720p SLCD screen vs the One S’ 4.3″ qHD Super Amoled.

      See for yourself, go visit HTC’s US website and become a better consumer.

  • josue cifuentes

    i hope theres no SENSE b.s on this device

    • J-Hop2o6

      It will have Sense 4.0 which is actually more lightweight than previous iterations.

      • hmm

        light weight or not it’s still sense and it looks horrible, just saying….

        • Kalel

           So, just root it and install Cyanogenmod.  It’s a little complex but not rocket science. 

    • Thecityboy781

      I agree with you dude sense is fine but it makes the device lag

  • Taron19119

    Wht is gdgt that t-mobile keep talking about on twitter and what phone well they be showing off there

    • Guest

      Are you ever going to learn how to write? Every post you make looks like a mentally challenged person is commenting! Obviously, you need to slow down or go back to school.

  • mreveryphone

    I wonder if I should keep my sensation running 4.0.3 and sense 4.0 or sell it and get the one s

  • None

    @pimpstrong:disqus Did you get your Gal Nexus yet?  Where did you buy it and did you have any problems getting everything to work (text and media messages)  I would love to hear of your (and anyone’s opionion of which company to order from and if there were any issues that I need to edit settings, etc.. to get messages to go through properly.  Or was it just pop in SIM and off you go with no workarounds?

    • A Lopez0288

      Have one everything works just put similar and go fast speeds also

      • A Lopez0288

        *sim

      • None

        If you are in the US, what store did you buy it from?

  • nerdlust

    Im loving my sensation!!! But next gen s4 snapdragon processors sounds so sweet.

  • Androida

    Is this the new iPhone 4G?  I need one badly.  

    • Littlesis1774

      No this is not the iphone. I think Apple will put iphone on 4g now.  I mean ipad 3 on 4g

  • Jaqueline Thompson

    I was thinking about getting this or the Samsung Vibrant from the internet?  Which one is better and why?

    • Kalel

       The Vibrant is a 2 year old phone with old hardware and only running Froyo.  It’s an easy decision.

  • Deyber
  • hmm

    Funny there is a galaxy nexus ad at the bottom of the site, just saying….

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

    would be awesome if that One X LTE also had 3G AWS

  • Emily Delgado

    cant wait