You know what time it is. It’s time for another quick bite of some more juicy Android gossip. This time, brought to you from our friends at Android and Me who have it on good authority that, not only will the HTC One S be making its way to T-Mobile later this year, but the HTC One X as well. Not too much of a surprise there, seeing how we expect to see HTC’s latest flagship make the rounds to every carrier in some form or another, but here’s where it really gets good…
Apparently, the One could find itself re-branded under T-Mobile’s famous line of “G” devices (G1, G2, G2X, etc.) which means, you guessed it — T-Mobile’s version of the One X could be running stock, vanilla Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. But wait- there’s more. Since the One X wouldn’t need LTE compatibility on T-Mo’s network, the device would retain it’s quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor. Things just got interesting.
This, no doubt, will have a few of our readers salivating and as much as I love HTC’s Sense UI and am eager to try out version 4.0, stock ICS on the One X could have me switching teams to T-Mobile if this all pans out. How about you? Would you guys consider a T-Mobile move if they launched an HTC G4X? Or is the device not appealing enough to warrant a carrier switch no matter what flavor of Android it’s running?
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