The Verizon HTC One release appears to be imminent and while HTC and Verizon aren’t spilling the beans, a leaks have started outlining their plans for them with the most recent being one that reveals that the Verizon HTC One will be coming in blue.
For months now, the Verizon HTC One has been official yet officially without any pertinent information as consumers wait for Verizon and HTC to provide detais about its release date, pricing and features. Yesterday, we began to see signs of something close as rumors stated that the release date had been moved from August 1st to August 15th. We also reported that the Droid DNA vanish from Verizon’s website, a sign that something could be close.
Today, more word about the Verizon HTC One has arrived as PhoneArena suggests that an inventory listing for the device, which popped up recently, lists a model number HTC6500LVWBLU, thought to be the blue HTC One. This is not the first time that we’ve heard about a blue HTC One so it’s likely that this is the real deal.
The device itself has not made an appearance so it’s unclear just how the device will look with a blue hue but given the boldness of the red HTC One, it will likely make a statement. Verizon is also likely to carry the other two colors, black and silver, though that remains unconfirmed.
It’s clear that Verizon is gearing up to get this phone out after a two month wait and August 15th is certainly a date that consumers will want to circle on the calendar, in pencil. Nothing is set in stone right now but it does appear that we’re getting closer to an announcement regarding all of the missing details.
Verizon originally announced the HTC One back in early June though it has now waited two months before delivering any kind of information. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have had the phone on their 4G LTE networks since April.
The device is expected to arrive with the same features as the other models which includes a 4.7-inch display, quad-core processor, Ultrapixel camera, metal design, 4G LTE speeds, Android Jelly Bean and the new Sense 5.
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