HTC One S Coming to T-Mobile April 22nd?

The HTC One S will be launching in Europe next week, but it will take a bit longer for the handset to reach the US. A new leak is suggesting that the phone will launch on T-Mobile on April 22nd. TMoNews has the original story, which carries and image that seems to come from an internal TMo employee site that clearly states 4/22/2012 as the release date for the One S.

We saw the One S for T-Mobile pass through the FCC, and more recently saw the phone running an Android build with magenta fingerprints all over it. With the handset remaining mostly identical to its international counterpart, an April release seems more than appropriate. Take it as a rumor for now, though.

[via TMoNews]

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  • Will

    Honestly I’d much rather see the X coming to T-Mobile… They need to get something to pull people to Magenta since they still don’t have the iPhone…

    • Henry

      X is too big for most ppl. I think S is a good size. Performance wise, X and S are about the same.

      • ColtonWalker

        the x and the s are almost the same size. The x just has smaller bezels. 

    • TBN27

      T-Mobile gas had many handsets tha runs circles around the iPhone and still can’t gain more customers without it. So having the One X will not make a difference.

  • godrilla

    @ will

    I agree they need the galaxy s 3 too 1st

  • vitaminJ75mg

    This phone looks good.  I might hold out for its quad-core cousin, but, with this offering, I don’t know if I can.

    I am trying to warm up to the idea of no microSD slot and a non-removable battery.  That looks to be how OEMs are making them from here on out.

  • Roy Harrigan

    Who cares about this one… what about the One X?

  • D Fryling

    No sd expansion with only 16 gb in some of these phones with games needing over 500 mb for data is a bad move. This is something that only Apple can get away with.

  • Chris

    As long as this has the Qualcomm S4 instead of the terrible Tegra, then it will probably be my next phone.