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Verizon HTC One drops by at the FCC


The Verizon branded HTC One has landed on FCC’s doorsteps for approval, which could mean that an official announcement is on the cards. The HTC One has been available in the U.S on Sprint and AT&T for quite some time now, so we’re not sure how well the Verizon HTC One will be received. September 5 could be the launch date according to the renders leaked last week. That seems like an awfully long time to wait for a smartphone which is over four months old.

However, Verizon might just launch the device earlier than expected to make up for lost time. We’re guessing the smartphone will pack Android 4.2.2 out of the box, which could explain the delay. The smartphone will go by the model number PN07310 and will apparently support the frequencies required to run on Verizon’s network.

We’re hoping that the smartphone would break cover soon. The FCC listing is usually an indication that a launch is imminent, so let’s wait for Verizon to come up with a word.

Source: FCC

Via: Android and Me

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