White HTC Amaze 4G Officially Discontinued, Making Way For HTC One Launch?

Obvious news is obvious as the HTC Amaze 4G white has been officially discontinued for the better part of two weeks now as smart money would bet that T-Mobile is already making inventory space for the HTC One S. Sure, it’s about five or six weeks ahead of the scheduled HTC One S launch, but we’ve got no problem with the Amaze making way for the One S.

This isn’t the first time we’ve gotten wind of the end for the Amaze 4G with a false alarm indicating end-of-life for the HTC smartphone at the end of January. Of course, we’re just not worried about as this as we were the first time we got wind of this news, expectations for the HTC One S and the rumored HTC One X on T-Mobile are already high. We loved the HTC Amaze with its fantastic camera and while we’re sorry to see it go, we’re already looking to the future.

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  • omnirep

    Can’t wait to see all the new phones coming ! As a T-Mobile dealer the last 12 months has been hell. I’m hearing about all kinds of great stuff coming. What a way to start if it’s true about the One X.

    • Mailme

      is TMO goin the get the one X? if so, will it be the quadcore version or same as att’s dual core?

      • Minioninnc

        T-Mo is supposed to be getting the quad core version. Go back to the main articles and scroll down some and read a little more into the story. AT&T and Sprint are getting the Dual, T-Mo Quad. 

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          That’s just a rumor. AT&T has the American exclusive on the One X. Period. Now after a certain period, HTC might rebrand it as something else, which is what the rumor is. Like a G4X with stock Android. But we’re not getting the One X. And if the rebranded G4X is launching, it’s not launching until July or August. If you want a One X soon, I recommend you buy an unlocked AT&T version. It not only supports T-Mobile’s 4G, it’ll also support T-Mobile’s LTE next year. AT&T’s version has LTE AWS.

        • felips110

          Nobody has specified how long is the exclusivity for the One X on ATT also it is the One XL on ATT not the One X. The Nokia Lumia 900 I believe only has exclusivity with ATT for 40 days so It can be a week or it can be a year so no one knows and according to HTC new vision of launching their phones at how many carriers they can I dont think is a long exclusivity to ATT (if they even have any on the One X) and you betcha their are going to rebrand this phone 4sure to T-Mo’s G series I agree with you on one thing Its probably going to come later on the year june-july

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/mrjlwilliams?feature=mhee J. Williams

    I can understand some of the gripes from TMo customers, really I do. Because devices being offered are not to the liking of the customers, and people are waiting for that special one. That phone that will just make them roll over a bust a good one! That has yet to happen, and people are squirting too soon. lol, lol. Some customers really want to roll around in the sheets for a few years with the same person, ya feel me? Oh and some don’t, lol.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

      Crude sexual references aside, some of these serial-gripers will always complain regardless. We apparently live in a society where people think money and credit grow on trees and that they can dispose of smartphones all the time for something newer with no consequence. As long as that mentality exists, the gripes will continue. And it doesn’t matter at what particular time, because there will always be newer, higher spec smartphones out. I suspect all of this garbage will end when China pulls out all of the cash and credit they are providing to American consumers to subsidize their lifestyles.

  • Anonymous

    Does anyone know if AT&T’s version of the one X will work at full speeds on tmobile’s network?

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

      Yes, these are the official AT&T version specs below.
      WCDMA: 2100/1900/AWS/850

      • Anonymous

         nice, thank you! so “AWS” actually means both the 1700 + 2100 band right

        the reason I’m asking is because while I don’t like AT&T, I like the qualcomm chip over the tegra 3. The tegra 3 is now an “old” chip that really was not developed with cell phones and esp LTE in mind. So not only is it not future proof, it is also on the 40nm process, which undoubtly will consume more power than the newer chips on the 28nm process.

        So I guess in the end, it will depend on whether or not I can stand the AT&T name on the phone and the preloaded apps

        That is.. unless tests come out that show battery life is equal with the same usage on both the qualcomm one X and tegra 3 one X

        I can’t wait! argh

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          You know something, you’re the first one who has it COMPLETELY CORRECT on the Tegra 3 vs S4. Just to simplify it, we’re talking a 28nm brand new chipset versus a 40nm 2011 chipset (although it is Quad Core). The S4 will be just as fast if not faster in everything but graphics, and won’t even be that noticeably different there either to the common user. Tegra 4 will be 28nm, but that’s later this year. By the way, I’ve now seen 3 indepth videos of the AT&T S4 version of the One X and it suffers from nothing. No lag. And by the way yes, AWS is 1700/2100 combined. If you see AWS referred to it always means the combo. That is defined as AWS. As far as chipsets go, Qualcomm is so far ahead of the game that it’s pretty amazing. That they have a 28nm cell chipset out with LTE 700/ AWS and HSPA AWS as well altogether should tell you they know their chipsets. By the way I can’t stand the AT&T logo either, and I think I’m too cheap to buy unsubsidized like that too.

      • felips110

        Dude stop telling everyone it will work on T-Mobile’s full speed if they buy it.
        It wont work at full speeds because it need the 1700 AWS to work on HSPA+,, also LTE; that wont be until LTE is up and running like in  April-May next year that’s quite a while to wait, anyways, T-Mobile’s HSPA+ is the 1700 band they use the 2100 too but thats only in rural areas I would say about 90% is 1700 AWS ask anyone that has an unlocked 2100 capable ATT phone theyll tell you Ive experienced it myself so “Anonymous” if you buy that phone youll probably get 2G speeds or EDGE for a year so youll be paying for a service you are not getting.

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          Moron, you posted the same garbage TWICE? The AT&T version has both HSPA+ and LTE AWS. Do you know what AWS means? Do you understand the the AT&T One X has AWS? Can you not seem to grasp that fact? Don’t you feel dumb now you little tit turd.

        • felips110

          Oh and I forgot to say thanks for confussing everyone here.

      • felips110

        Dude its just that your so stubborn that you wont look up anything to find out how much of an ignorant you are and its so fun to argue with people like you for a while but now im bored so Im taking off and good luck with your ignorant mind bro come back after you go and  do your homework son and have something to get back at me 

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          You posted the same thing four more times in different threads just to get attention? Hah . F’ing stupid beaners :-) It’s what you would expect from 19 year old lettuce pickers.

        • felips110

          haha its funny how your actions let me know the level of stupidity and ignorance in your brain that I tought you were dumb enough that you would’nt find it in the page hah even I posted the same 10 times
          peace out brah!

        • secano

          *you’re

        • felips110

          thanks for that

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

      And actually if you spring for the AT&T version it’ll even work on T-Mobile’s LTE Network when it launches next year (or earlier if you live in one of the early LTE rollout/ test cities). Qualcomm’s 2012 chipsets are just awesome.
      LTE: 700/AWS

    • felips110

      Dude stop telling everyone it will work on T-Mobile’s full speed if they buy it.It wont work at full speeds because it need the 1700 AWS to work on HSPA+,, also LTE; that wont be until LTE is up and running like in  April-May next year that’s quite a while to wait, anyways, T-Mobile’s HSPA+ is the 1700 band they use the 2100 too but thats only in rural areas I would say about 90% is 1700 AWS ask anyone that has an unlocked 2100 capable ATT phone theyll tell you Ive experienced it myself so “Anonymous” if you buy that phone youll probably get 2G speeds or EDGE for a year so youll be paying for a service you are not getting.

      • Anonymous

        where was I “telling everyone it will work on T-Mobile’s full speed if they buy it”? Did you not see the question mark?

        • Anonymous

           nvm i see the edit

        • felips110

          yea sorry bout that forgot too when I put it up

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

        Hey FELIPS, don’t post stuff if you don’t know what you’re talking about. The AT&T version HAS both HSPA+ AWS and LTE AWS.

      • baopham

        I thought officially the HSPA+ was on AWS 1700/2100 which is different from AWS 2100.  The 1700/2100 needs 1700mhz spectrum for upload 2100mhz for download.  The AWS 2100 uses 2100mhz spectrum for both download and upload.  The At&T one X should work on 1900mhz HSPA (which will be or is currently being refarmed) so it will work eventually.  Don’t know about LTE though (probably not).

        • Vim

          AWS specifically refers to 1700/2100, usually shortened to just 1700.  The 2100MHz band is called IMT, not AWS.  It’s also referred to as Band I, while AWS is Band IV. 

          LTE should also work just fine. As Chris Meyers has already pointed out, according to HTC’s spec page for the AT&T version of the One X, its LTE radio will operate on both 700MHz and AWS bands.  T-Mobile has announced that they will be installing LTE on AWS.

  • Kat

    I heard from a Tmobile rep that the One S will be available on Tuesday (March 6).  Can anyone confirm this?

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

      No it’s not March 6th, not even close. Not for at least a month.

      • Kat

        Looking to replace my bricked Mytouch 4g, I was going to go ahead and get the Galaxy S2 yesterday, when the representative said to wait until Tuesday for the One S because it would be the same price that the GS2 is right now.  This had me confused, because everything has been pointing to an April release, and I wasn’t sure if the rep had it wrong or was letting the cat out of the bag.  I’m really hoping she was right since I’m using a backup Behold II in the meantime, which sucks…lol.  I really don’t want to be using this thing for another month.

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          Sorry about that. It’s just not true. It’s not launching Tuesday. That rep is either purposely or unknowingly incorrect. I don’t think you could go wrong with a white S2 by the way. Yeah it won’t be as fast as the One S, but the screen is pretty awesome and the white one is nice. But also note that the Galaxy S3 announcement is expected shortly too, announcement expected this month. That maybe the best out of all of them. So you’ll have options if you wait.

        • Kat

          yea…and if I have to wait another month, I may just go for the GS3 over the One S.  That’s looking like a possible April release, also, and  I’m a little disappointed that ATT got the One X over Tmobile.

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          That AT&T One X is the only phone I’d ever even consider buying unlocked. Just because like I said it not only will have T-Mobile 4G, but T-Mobile LTE. But I think ultimately I’m too cheap and rational to ever pay so much for something when I could get something similar (albeit maybe less “cool”) subsidized.

        • iwave

          Just switch to one of the cheaper, no-subsidy plans and spend the difference on a monthly payment for a One X.  

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1586820069 steadymobb

          You will not be getting the gs3 in April….at least not on Tmobile

    • Anonymous

       If the sale date for it’s accessories are any indication, then the phone may start selling on April 4th

  • Turdnugget0420

    Amaze is an awesome phone rooted, might be rockin it for a while.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/mrjlwilliams?feature=mhee J. Williams

    Yeah, you are right they will. But sometimes I understand, this being one of them. This phone just came out, and its gone already lol.

  • JBLmobileG1

    I received a brand new white HTC Amaze 4G as a replacement for my G2. The phone is Amazing… I just hope it still receives the latest Android updates as planned.

    • Taron19119

      How did u get this phone as a replacemen

      • GBGamer

        He means he renewed his contract with the amaze.

        • JBLmobileG1

          Actually I didn’t renew my contract. I used my insurance and asked for a replacement for my G2. I had the choice of getting another G2, a Sidekick 4g, or the Amaze. When I heard that I was all over it. Plus it only cost me $5. I guess paying $7.99 for insurance was worth getting afterall. While I will miss the G2 the Amaze is so much nicer and I was actually wanting to upgrade to it however I still had until September.

        • Y314K

          Humn…  No option for a SGII ???  I got 2 phones that are going bad under insurance…  One has a bad speaker and microphone that cuts off all the time..   And one just keeps rebooting thru out the day…  Thinking of going in for a re-flash and if that doesn’t help they say they would replace them…  Was leaning on going for SGII’s..

          How did u get the deductible down to $5 ???

        • Kalel

           He used the extended warranty, not the insurance claim.

        • JBLmobileG1

          Correct. Not a bad idea to have either if you run into issues down the road.

        • Y314K

          I’m paying the same amount for both Insurance & Warranty….  Did u just go to a TMobile store and ask for a warranty replacement…  Or did they make u jump thru hoops.. or did u go directly thru the warranty company???  Plan to go to TMobile this week to get the 2 phones replace…

        • JBLmobileG1

          I went through Tmobile customer care over the phone. Explained to them the issues I was having although I am sure they were able to review them from the past calls. Asked about the available replacement phones which were another G2, a Sidekick, or the Amaze.

        • Y314K

           Thanks for the info…  Will go thru the store since that is who I’ve complained about my phone too…  Hopefully the same guy is still there…

          Still haven’t been able decided between the bigger screen of the SGII or the better camera of the HTC Amaze…  The other person has decided for the HTC Amaze…

          Thanks again for the info…

        • Taron19119

          time out u pay what I need that one cause im on my 3th g2 and cause it keep restarting at random and they kero giveing me a g2 and they all do the same thing and I pay 5 99 for insurance but the g2s I did not have to pay for

        • Sammyesparza91

          I got the amaze as an exchange from the sensation, i did not renew my contract at all, if my amaze dies while its still insured i wonder what other options they might offer

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

    It is actually quite amusing to me that this guy didn’t know what AWS was at all. I’ve known it was Band IV since 2008 when we launched AWS.

    • iwave

      This is big news to me!  Do we have any definitive, detailed specs for the AT&T One X?  Are the frequencies the same as the Euro/Asia version?  I was hoping this would run on T-Mobile, but from the specs I’ve seen so far I couldn’t be sure.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

        Yes, the official AT&T One X are on HTC’s One X AT&T web site. I can’t paste links on comments here, but I’ll paste the bands. This is specific to AT&T’s One X not the international version. This version uses the S4.

        LTE CAT3 – DL 100 /UL 50 LTE: 700/AWS WCDMA: 2100/1900/AWS/850 EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 

        • iwave

          Excellent!  I see one in my near future, despite the battery and micro-sd issues.  This is the first phone I’ve been really jazzed about since the Nexus One (which is still my current phone).

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          No problem. This is the first smartphone I’ve seen with not only supports HSPA AWS but also LTE AWS. It’s because T-Mobile is not the only AWS spectrum holder as many people on here believe. Both AT&T and Verizon also hold sizable AWS spectrum that they are going to use for LTE just like T-Mobile plans to. That’s the reason by the way it is included. But it’s good news for us either way.

        • iwave

          Arrghhhh!!!!  It’s only 16 effing gb!

    • felips110

      I have viewed the specs of this phone(HTC One XL) all week and I have never seen anything like AWS support anywhere if you give me a  reliable source I may accept and apologize but nothing from gsmarena to other more reliable sources state support for AWS

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

        It’s on the official AT&T One X web site. I can’t post links on here, so I’ll tell you how to find it. Google HTC One X and it’s the second link down on HTC’s OFFICIAL WEB SITE titled HTC ONE X (AT&T). There is that good enough for you champ?

        • felips110

          Ok I see it in the One XL HTC site I apologize. Do take note though that the device may be capable, but as I posted above they can disable it really easy  and most than likely they will so you’ll have to unlock it and flash a custom radio from T-Mobile to get it working which will take a while to make so youll have edge for a while 4sure. Those are the official specs from HTC the manufacturer so to thinnk that they wont block it like they did with the skyrocket its like to think that they wont put bloatware on it but you are right out of all htc phones if you are on tmobile and are familiar with developing and rooting this would be a good phone to get as far as features also lets see how the S4 with the LTE holds charge thats another factor but no one can know that as of right now

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          They won’t block it and I’ll tell you why.  AT&T isn’t adding these bands out of some generosity to T-Mobile. Contrary to public perception on this message board, both AT&T and Verizon hold sizable AWS spectrum chunks. Both plan to add LTE to their AWS spectrum to augment their 700 Mhz LTE network. This band will not only be on this AT&T phone but most future AT&T phones and soon Verizon phones as well. Though Verizon phones will only have LTE AWS and not HSPA. By the way, get used to this. T-Mobile is spectrum matching. That means almost all AT&T phones will be compatible by next year. Either on HSPA 1900, HSPA AWS, LTE AWS, or a combination of all of them if the chipset allows. That;s one of the reasons for T-Mobile’s new strategy. So that phones don’t require adapting to get on T-Mobile.

        • felips110

          first of all LTE radios and UMTS radios are different UMTS radios cant acces LTE bands so LTE does not affect this conversation because as of right now tmobile does not have LTE
          ok you got me started again dude lol jk just so you know the skyrocket is already lte capable and they blocked the 1700 band so if you unlock it you cannot just put a tmo sim in and get 4g. You have to root it flash a custom recovery image and then flash a tmobile radio you can look it up on the skyrocket or the tmobiles GS2 forums on xda 

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          No they’re not. They are and they’re not. If a chipset supports LTE AWS, it will inevitably always support HSPA AWS. That’s the way it works. And they can’t and won’t disable one or the other exclusively. Look you need to get this thought out of your head that AWS is some T-Mobile spectrum. I know it’s going to be tough for you to deal with. But DEAL WITH IT. Don’t post 100 more times with the same rigamaroll. Do you think they’re going to start blocking HSPA 1900 because T-Mobile supports it? They don’;t do that regardless of what you think. And they own a ton of AWS spectrum. Now understand something. UNLOCKED AWS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM A LOT OF PHONES IN THE FUTURE. Ok? Now be done.

        • felips110

          dude Im not saying it doesnt support it obviously it does but it doesnt mean that it will have working lte out of the box whichever phone it is, the chipset that the skyrocket and the hercules(tmos gs2) use are the same  but the hercules wont support lte even if you root it and flash an att radio because it has not been enabled you would have to make a modem and “Making a modem would require reverse engineering the radio, which would be a BITCH to do.” but thats only for lte as far as umts goes its way easier you can just flash the tmobile custom made modem because by default it already has a umts aws modem working but it has been blocked which is what happened with the skyrocket and this are facts dude if you dont believe me go check on xda it completely doable but not the other way around where you would try to make the hecules catch lte  and I knnow that tmo does not own AWS loser

        • http://profile.yahoo.com/NWOCIYMX64U6TYAUMI5NSK2O5A chris meyers

          I could SPEND MY LIFE HAVING THIS CONVERSATION! For God Sakes, go read the goddamn specs I posted. YES it supports AWS, yes it WILL support AWS on both LTE and HSPA.From now on most AT&T phones will. Now pleaseSHUT UP. They also now have a roaming agreement which basically necessates common bands on both phones. 

        • felips110

          cool story brah!

        • felips110

          Dude its just that your so stubborn that you wont look up anything to find out how much of an ignorant you are and its so fun to argue with people like you for a while but now im bored so Im taking off and good luck with your ignorant mind bro come back after you go and  do your homework son and have something to get back at me 

        • felips110

          Dude its just that your so stubborn that you wont look up anything to find out how much of an ignorant you are and its so fun to argue with people like you for a while but now im bored so Im taking off and good luck with your ignorant mind bro come back after you go and  do your homework son and have something to get back at me  

    • felips110

      dude Im not saying it doesnt support it obviously it does but it doesnt mean that it will have working lte out of the box whichever phone it is, the chipset that the skyrocket and the hercules(tmos gs2) use are the same  but the hercules wont support lte even if you root it and flash an att radio because it has not been enabled you would have to make a modem and “Making a modem would require reverse engineering the radio, which would be a BITCH to do.” but thats only for lte as far as umts goes its way easier you can just flash the tmobile custom made modem because by default it already has a umts aws modem working but it has been blocked which is what happened with the skyrocket and this are facts dude this is stuff that is happening right now not in 2008 when you and your friend launched AWS if you dont believe me go check on xda it completely doable but not the other way around where you would try to make the hercules catch lte  and I knnow that tmo does not own AWS loser

  • felips110

    Actually after the S3 they where compatible but ATT can block it just like they did with the skyrocket which If you root it and flash a tmobile radio into it you can use it on tmobiles 4G but not out of the box which will probably be the case so dont expect it to work right away with tmo unless you are preety familiar with android developing and rooting

  • Going_home

    4 months old and gone already.
    Thats pathetic considering Tmobile never gave it any advertising love.

    I dont want an Iphone and I dont want an htc one either, cant remove the battery ?
    Then you can keep it.

    Now wheres my Nexus Tmobile ???????

    • Rudy Belova

       It’s only the white amaze they are discontinuing. It never caught on. I didn’t even know they had a white version when i bought mine. The t-mobile store never had any in stock. Just black

  • No thanks

    no SD card and No removable batt??  No thanks.
    Was holding out for a new S4 Phone on Tmo, but now I don’t know what to do. 
    Maybe sprint since I live in one of the first few LTE areas and I get a discount from work.

    • xmiro

      well the iPhone doesn’t have a removable battery either…
      I’d wait to see what the Galaxy S III looks like and go from there. Even wait till the iPhone 5 is announced. Unless you don’t mind breaking contract later to get what you want

      • tommy

         Tablets don’t have removable batteries either, and I wonder what I’d do if I needed to ever remove mine. But it’s def. a + over the iphone.
        IPhone has no sd card either!

  • jaxzfon

    Hello world, as a HTC amaze user I would strongly suggest buying up the last of the stock before this wonderful phone disappeared. Remove and replace your own battery ,SD card, hspa +42. Great camera…

  • Deff

    I think we will get One S and One X, considering we lost the Sensation and Amaze within one month. Surely they’re making way for bigger phones.

  • truckeemike

    Hurry hurry, I want my new phone from HTC!!!

  • GinaDee

    Only where they build out 1900 MHz HSPA.  That might be a year or more out for many.  

    • http://twitter.com/stevensteve steven

      It says AWS which T-mobile 3G runs on

  • NYTech73

    I don’t get it.  ATT gets the better HTC One series and T-Mobile gets the blah okay version.  HTC gives ATT the Titan 2 which seems very nice.  What does T-Mobile get? The crap left over by HTC.  Great thanks.

  • Bklynman

    Don’t understand why Tmobile does this.They get a phone,then in short time period they stop selling it.
    The other big 3 don’t do this. Look at At&t,they are still selling phones they have from anywhere from 2-4 yrs ago. Now the G2 is gone again from the Tm site. Don’t understand why they do this. Let they are still selling the Behold 2???? Why????

    • unbearablepleasures

      And why does this upset you?

      • None

        Because I may have really wanted this phone but only have a couple months before full discount or any discount at all.  I know new stuff will always come out but sometimes you like what you like…and with these short life spans, it is hard to gauge whether the phone you really want will still be there in a couple months.

        • JBLmobileG1

          I agree with you 100%. In fact despite the issues with the G2X I actually wanted one because it had all the features I wanted and stock Android.

      • Bklynman

        Not upset,just don’t understand why they do this. I would like to know if anyone is still 
        getting the behold2 as upgrade. Think about it. They stop selling really good to great phones but still selling the behold 2???? Does that make’s any sense to u?

        • fixxmyhead

          damn wasnt aware they were still selling that POS dinosaur phone. i couldnt even get 40$ on craigslist for it

        • tommy

          I had one for about 3 days. But all this means is they have it in stock.  The Amaze might be selling out and they don’t want to keep making it. Different companies like night and day, HTC and Samsung.

        • Bklynman

          Can’t certain they still have it as a upgrade. Last time I check for upgrades phones was about 2 or 3 months ago. It was still there.
          Should of put it on Ebay,people get anywhere fro $60-90. for them on there.

    • tommy

      Because the Amaze was defective and they don’t want to admit it. The One’s do not have replaceable batteries and no SD card slot either! HTC must be really hurting behind that veil.

      • nyuhsuk

        What was defective?

        • tommy

          Audio Recording give a listen to a recording of the Amaze on YouTube and compare it with one of a GS2 or whatever.
          Just my opinion of course. You could just say it’s poor, not defective, but this gets into judgement calls. Perhaps I’m venting.

        • nyuhsuk

          “Defective” is a bit misleading.

          The quality isn’t of the highest caliber but it’s surely functional.  I have no real complaints with mine.

          I think it’s a great phone in general (love those dedicated buttons) but it’s a shame that S-Off hasn’t been attained yet and development on it has slowed to a crawl…

        • tommy

          I was hoping to record videos with it.  The audio would not pass muster as a camcorder, quality-wise. So I got bummed out about that, and HTC never explained it.  GS2 sounds fine but is mono. the SGNote sounds great and is stereo.

  • unbearablepleasures

    I would hold out and see if Tmobile gets its own version that comes with out Sense.

    • http://twitter.com/Serotheo Simon Yu

      I’ll get whichever is easier to root.. but if what you say is true, I’d obviously get the At&t one for future LTE.

      Edit: Meant to reply to Chris.

  • Kimly

    you can get the hTC ONE X is taiwan and few countries now! dont know if we get 4g on tmobile though

  • J.

    im not understand why everyone is making a big deal over the One X to One S if none of you have noticed but the AT&T version is not the quad core powerhouse the the overseas version will be. the only difference between the AT&T One X and the T-Mobile One S is the 720p screen and the additional 150mp to the battery which we all know won’t do much to help make it through a full day, given that it’s going to be an LTE phone. So quit fusing about T-mobile getting the second rate phones because the One S will be no slouch when it comes to power  

    • theking_13

      The 720p screen is big deal.

      • Vim

        I’ll second that. As a web addict, the more of the web page I can see, the better.  Both WVGA and qHD make me feel claustrophobic, 720p does not. I almost left T-Mobile a few weeks ago because they’re the only national carrier left without a 720p phone. 

  • Cupcake

    Wonder if they are going to further discount the white one now that it’s discontinued?  Got a full upgrade on one of my lines and if the price is right…white Amaze here I come!    :-)

  • Which way is Up?

    One of my least favorite from HTC ever… The only thing I liked about this phone was the fact that it came with 16 Gigs of internal, slightly more RAM and more advanced camera software than the Sensation.  Otherwise, it was thicker, slightly longer, noticeably heavier and despite having a larger battery than the Sensation, it lasted less.

    @5b5f38162256999a4fdf1a084d5e847e:disqus -The international One X is not available in any market just yet, according to HTC, April will be the launch month.

    @20342eb25a90aace8773932759ab82f9:disqus -Some dont know the difference between the two versions of the One X (XL-AT&T’s version, L for LTE) but most do, we’ve been discussing this in the forum section for a while now.

  • G3

    What’s up with today’s news?

    • http://tmonews.com David

      What do you mean? There isn’t news every day if that’s what you mean. It’s very tough to find 365 days worth of T-Mobile specific news, even I’m not that awesome to make stuff up out of thin air!

      • tommy

         That’s funny! David you do great!  from a daily reader.

      • Insider

        they are only discontinuing the white one, will still have black one in stock.

        • JBLmobileG1

          That’s what it looks like which doesn’t make much sense at all. They both are identical except for the color… so if one goes you’d think they both would.

  • tommy

    This sounds like the record for shortest life for a smartphone will be under 6 months???

  • Taron19119

    Is it true if ipad 3 comes to t-mobile then iphone 5 well to

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=500605975 Travis Graves

    this phone is so underated they should kill the sensation i have it its junk
    amaze imo is the best phone in the world right up there with gs2 and nexus

    • Cho_cha

      I agree with you 100% but tmobile caters to budget before function.
      The sensation is free or the most 50$ every other week at target mobile and. Ustomers who are shopping for or currently on tmobile are already looking for the cheapest rates so with that comes with the cheapest priced phone (as long as it functions “like” a high end phone)

  • J3llyb3ans

    i love my sensation — i put beats audio on it  .. dl ics & got a 1.5 processor !! 

  • J3llyb3ans

    sorry had to say that abt my htcsensation — the amaze is an awesome phone too !! and if you know how to do it — you can push it to do even more things.. but seriously to those saying that there are better phones from other companies and this & that.. stop complaining>> seriously tmobile was on the verge of a takeover — now that it fell through & got a pay out plus additional tours from at&t >>can tmobile focus on bringing it’s A GAME. it is expanding service to combine radios to bring that LTE  to its customers…also i think they are going to really focus on getting out the best smartphones in the next year.. i think it is great that they are focusing on the signal at the moment.. because ultimately that is really important and essential to how the phones will work… 

  • Mattcat03

    Even HTC company admitted they made shotty phones of late. This includes htc sensation and htc amaze.  The HTC one series look promising though.

  • Alfa95

    Yes, the Amaze in black is staying because it’s more popular. I love my Amaze.  No other phone I know has T-Mobile’s and AT&T’s 3G and 4G bands.

  • guest

    When will the htc white amaze fully be discontinued?

    because it’s still on the t-mobile website

  • Jmart922

    HTC One S can’t come any sooner, planning on upgrading from the myTouch 4G Slide

  • Don Turner

    T-mobile sux!!! My HTC Amaze 4G went up for the 3rd time and for a replacement phone these bastards send me the HTC One S… Serious downgrade> Thanks A Lot T-Mobile & HTC…. Samsung Here I Come #Note2