There it is, the once-thought-not-to-exist black HTC One S complete with T-Mobile branding. Unfortunately you’ll have to contain your excitement as these devices are only being handed out to T-Mobile store reps after achieving certain sales goals with HTC devices. As it stands now, there is no concrete intel that has us believing that T-Mobile will begin selling these in stores. I’ll go on record and say that they absolutely should, this … [read full article]
The HTC One S will launch on T-Mobile USA beginning Wednesday, April 25th. That’s all for now. Check out our earlier post this evening showing off highlights from T-Mobile’s HTC One S employee training indicating how T-Mobile will place the One S in their lineup.
It was just 3 days ago that we learned the newest HTC device arriving on T-Mobile, the HTC One S would arrive sans Beats Audio headphones and now we know why. HTC is sticking the idea of including headphones deep down in a pocket and won’t likely bring the idea back unless there is a drastic change in…well something. “An accessory like the headphone doesn’t factor in when someone is buying … [read full article]
Woah, that’s a pretty impressive quadrant score for the HTC One S, discovered hanging out in the wild by an anonymous TmoNews reader. The quadrant score isn’t the most interesting piece of intel we’re learning though, it’s T-Mobile’s 180 exclusive on the device. We kind of figured the exclusivity would end at some point and 180 days is certainly long enough for anyone looking to score the phone on T-Mobile to have … [read full article]
Update: Sorry everyone, the video has been removed, the poster tells me another video will up later tonight. The luckiest T-Mobile customer walking the street is back with a 9:15 walkthrough video of the HTC One S developer version for T-Mobile. This early version of the HTC One S runs Android 4.0.3 with HTC Sense 4.0, Beats Audio and a host of other features that will drop on T-Mobile. Inside this video you’ll see what the … [read full article]
With the knowledge that the HTC One S will be one of the first Android smartphones to drop on T-Mobile’s network with Sense 4.0, it’s important to know what exactly Sense 4.0 is all about. HTC Sense 4.0 has two main focuses: camera software and audio. First up is “ImageSense,” designed to give you “perfect shots — every time,” and is capable of taking a photo in just 0.7 seconds with a … [read full article]