Update: HTC revealed during a Youtube presentation that the HTC One M9 will start to be available in the US on April 10, with the phone’s actual release date varying by carrier.
The company also announced a new type of insurance for the device called an “Uh-oh” plan, by which they’ll replace your phone for free if something really awful – water damage, smashed screen etc. – happens to it within the first 12 months.
And those who don’t take advantage of the program get $100 toward the purchase of a future HTC phone.
That’s about all we know for now, but we’ll keep updating below with info from each carrier as it arrives.
AT&T announced right off the bat that it intends to carry what it refers to simply as “the new HTC One.”
Other than that, though, details about AT&T’s HTC One M9 launch are scarce, besides that it’s “coming soon,” according to the carrier’s official hub for the phone.
At the very least, you can enter your email address there to sign up to be notified when more info is available.
T-Mobile was also quick to announce its intent to support the HTC One M9, though it too had little else to share.
YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wAOgj-iNRg
The un-carrier did share that its HTC One M9 will have Wi-Fi calling out of the box, however, and post the above video with a “first look” at the new HTC flagship.
T-Mobile says the HTC One M9 will launch “this sprint,” which shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Sprint’s HTC One M9 announcement got a little more specific: the carrier says it will launch the new phone “early this Spring.”
That’s still not much to go on, but it seems Sprint – along with every other carrier – will announce more as the HTC One M9 release date approaches.
Verizon, US Cellular and beyond
Currently that’s all the info we have for the HTC One M9, as Verizon and US Cellular – the other major US carriers – have yet to announce anything.
When they do, we’ll update this article, so be sure to check back later.
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Source:: phones revews