HTC has officially confirmed that its high-end Desire Android smartphone is going to be released in the US.
The Taiwanese company only said that the handset would be available starting August, via “select regional operators.” One of these operators is almost certainly U.S. Cellular, which, earlier this year, announced its intentions to offer the Desire to its customers.
U.S. Cellular is a CDMA carrier, which means other regional CDMA carriers (like MetroPCS and Cricket) might get the Desire, too.
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