HTC M7 (HTC One) U.S. Release Date Pegged for March 22nd
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HTC M7 (HTC One) U.S. Release Date Pegged for March 22nd



The HTC M7, the flagship smartphone thought to be called HTC One and launching on February 19th, has already been pegged to have a March 8th release date in Europe. Now, finally, we’re hearing details about the HTC M7 U.S. release date which is reportedly set for March 22nd on the networks of AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.

Read: HTC Steals Droid DNA Ad Campaign for HTC M7.

HTC is heavily rumored to be introducing its latest smartphone to world, thought to be called HTC One and originally known as the HTC M7, at launch events in New York City and London on February 19th. The company has been teasing the announcement and has even shown glimpses of the device itself. The HTC One is said to be a juggernaut of a smartphone offering a high-res display and quad-core processor, it’s also said to have release dates in March.

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The HTC M7 is said to be hitting the U.S. on March 22nd.

An earlier rumor suggested that the HTC One would receive a March 8th release date in Europe, something that was later backed up with a piece of flimsy evidence. And while not confirmed, it does appear possible.

Now, we are hearing whispers about the HTC One U.S. release date with HTCSource claiming that the device will land on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile on March 22nd, just a few weeks after it lands in Europe. The carriers will evidently share a release date and come in two variants. A $199.99 32GB model and a $299.99 64GB model for those that need extra storage space.

Read: 5 Best HTC M7 Rumors.

It appears that the device will have a front metal casing with stereo speakers placed in the front and will come in both silver/white and black. The silver and white model has appeared on stage with HTC CEO Peter Chou and we’ve seen in emerge, in pieces, in HTC’s teaser ads for the the HTC M7 launch date on the 19th.

The HTC M7 itself is rumored to be a high-end smartphone, capable of competing against the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S4. It’s rumored to include a 4.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 4.3 Ultrapixel camera, 4G LTE data speeds and Android Jelly Bean.



  1. evgamer

    02/14/2013 at 12:33 pm

    Is there any word on when Verizon will be acquiring this phone?

    • rjb

      02/14/2013 at 7:54 pm

      I would like to know, as well! This will be my next phone. Why is Verizon messing this up? Sure, the DNA.. but THIS is the phone that I’ve been waiting to upgrade to Get it together Verizon!

    • evgamer

      02/14/2013 at 8:37 pm

      Wow, I missed that article. I cant believe Verizon thinks that, its considered “last year.” The Droid DNA is nice nonetheless but sales will suffer as soon as the GS4 debuts. The only way HTC would be able to fight back would be to slash the price of the DNA as AT&T did with the One-X last year. The DNA is a good comparison with the GS3. The GS4 will blow the DNA away. Great Job Adam, been following your articles for the while now.. starting with the all the tragedies of the HTC Thunderbolt. haha

      • blinky

        02/15/2013 at 8:36 am

        it’s funny. i’ve had a TB since the day it was launched (eventually rooted) and i’ve been very happy with it. i have a second ebay battery i swap in and out on long busy days. but everyone else seems to have hated it. i guess i’m alone. looking forward to putting ICS on it until the M7 releases on VZ.

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