Additional information concerning the rumored HTC One from Verizon has arrived, and unfortunately for the masses, it apparently caused more confusion than made things clearer. New information which were released just yesterday pointed out that Verizon could possibly be closing in on an announcement, and that they are extremely near in rolling out the all-metal device.
It was back in February that the HTC One was announced, being the latest flagship device from the beleaguered Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer. Just to refresh our memories, the HTC One came with a 4.7” display at Full HD resolution right out of the box, runs off a quad-core processor, has an Ultrapixel camera, not to mention HTC Sense 5 running atop the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. Currently available over on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile in the US, word has it that the folks over at Verizon have cast more than an envious glance once in those three carriers’ directions, as they too, would not mind having this device under their fold.
The thing is, many folks have been holding out for the long rumored HTC One from Verizon, and noted HTC leakster @LlabTooFeR did spruce things up a bit yesterday by exclaiming that Verizon customers would soon be able to get their hands on the HTC One. While @LlabTooFeR has been rather accurate with his leaks in the past, especially those concerning HTC software updates and devices, who knows, he might be spot on this time around, with a speculated May 22nd release date to boot by other parties, although there is also a possibility of Verizon rolling out the HTC One within a couple of months or in three months’ time. Do you think it is wise for Verizon to delay the release of the HTC One - assuming they are carrying the smartphone?