HTC Merge Launching on US Cellular April 29th?


HTC promised that the Merge would be headed to “multiple carriers” this Spring, and according to this leak they seem to be telling the truth. US Cellular is said to be the latest carrier to gear up for its launch and it could be happening as early as April 29th. We’ve reached out for comment regarding the date so be sure to check back as we’ll slide over any information we can dig up. [via AC]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. I’m all about HTC and all but who the eff cares about the Merge at this point?

  2. @toomuchgame441 Totally agree. If they would have come out with this in Nov when it was ready, my company would have let me make this the standard model. Now I had to order a whole bunch of phones in the interim and have a 4 different android models to support. Thanks a pant load

  3. I’m starting to think the HTC Merge’s release schedule is operating on Valve Time.

  4. @toomuchgame441
    “who the eff cares about the Merge at this point?”

    People who want a decent HTC Android smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard from a carrier that doesn’t have awful coverage and/or service. T-Mobile’s G2 and Sprint’s Evo 4G Shift are great but can’t be used when the carriers both have limited-to-no coverage in the area you live in. Verizon has far superior coverage but no phones equivalent to the G2 or 4G Shift (the Droid 2 sucks) which is why people are still waiting for the Merge all these months later. Either that or they don’t want to have to spend all the $$ involved in terminating their existing Verizon plan and starting up a new one with Sprint or T-Mobile just in order to avoid the wait from VZW by getting the available equivalent phone from one of those networks.

  5. so this is just Verizon flavored G2/Evo 4g Shift?

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