HTC M8 coming to all major US carriers by Q1 2014?

HTC M8 coming to all major US carriers by Q1 2014?

Back in July, we learned that HTC’s 2014 flagship will be known as the HTC M8 and also we heard about an upgraded version of the HTC One, and I guess that’s the HTC One Max. Just few days ago, we saw some of the first ‘spied’ images of the HTC M8, and we came to know that the phone will probably have a fingerprint sensor, and almost same design as the HTC One.

Now @evleaks is reporting that HTC M8 will be launched by AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. And it will be released by the end of Q1 2014. Probably HTC will launch it in the same time frame as the HTC One, so probably in Feb 2014, we might see the new flagship codenamed as HTC M8.

So, HTC M8 is on its way and HTC is already working on it, are you ready for it?

Source: @evleaks (1), (2)

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8 Comments

  1. Steven Osorio
    November 11, 17:36 Reply

    Who cares, since it will most likely have Sense on it.

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