The HTC One X for AT&T isn’t the only member of the Taiwanese company’s One series of Android smartphones to get official pricing and release date info today. Not to be outdone, T-Mobile has just announced that it will indeed be stocking the ‘midranger’ of the three, the One S.
And just as was previously rumored, it will be in TMo stores on April 25 (that’s next Wednesday, in case you’re wondering). Price-wise, there are no surprises – the standard for a smartphone $199.99 applies here too. Do, however, note that it’s after a $50 mail-in rebate. Oh, and the standard two-year contract needs to be signed to get that price, of course.
T-Mobile makes how thin the One S is a key fact in its dedicated website, alongside the fact that the smartphone will support the carrier’s 42 Mbps HSPA+ network. So download speeds will be the absolute best they can be on T-Mobile right now. Other than that (and the T-Mobile logo on the front of the device), this looks like it’s identical to the already internationally-selling version of the One S.
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