If you have been waiting to get your hands on the new flagship device from the Taiwanese smart phone manufacturer, you will soon be able to do it. HTC’s new flagship device, the HTC One, was first spotted in the hands of Peter Chou at the year end party. After this, it was just on Tuesday this week that the smart phone was officially announced. But there no news about the release of the smart phone anywhere.
Now, we have news that the smart phone has made its way through the FCC, and it is going to be available from Sprint sometime very soon. The smart phone that came to the FCC had a Sprint specific LTE, which is on the 25th band. Engadget writes that the smart phone “also includes 802.11ac support, a telltale sign that this is indeed the Now Network’s One. The fact that the docs detail the test unit as a production model is a solid indication that HTC’s flagship is well on its way to Overland Park, and soon. And it doesn’t appear to be alone, either; two other variants snuck through the process of federal approval, one with quad-band LTE (bands 2, 4, 5 and 17) and another with dual-band (bands 4 and 17).”
This means that the company is not taking any baby steps here and is all set to attack the shores of the United States with everything that it’s got at its disposal. We can expect another new smart phone very soon from the manufacturer sporting the all new Dashwire service, as we saw a rumor earlier today.
The Taiwan based company is going to compete with the new flagship device from Samsung, the rumored Galaxy S IV which, if rumors turn out to be true, will be unveiled in about three weeks with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and some other awesome goodies.