HTC M7 rumored to be headed to Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint

The HTC M7 has been the source of many rumors and leaks lately, and now we have another big one for you. According to sources close to the matter, the M7 will be carried on three of the four major US carriers: Verizon, AT&T and Sprint. There is no evidence yet on whether T-Mobile will be seeing HTC’s next super phone, but it is possible that we could see a full four-carrier launch as HTC tries to take on Samsung’s Galaxy S III series which launched across all four US carriers about six months ago.

The M7 is poised to be a top contender in the crowded smartphone market, as it is rumored to pack a 4.7-inch 1,920 x 1080 display (with a mind-boggling 468ppi), a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor,  and 32GB of internal storage— all being operated by Jelly Bean topped off with Sense 5.0, which promises to have a “simple and clean” UI. The M7 is rumored to be released at MWC next month, so hopefully we’ll see the US variants coming a short time later. Any of you planning on picking up the M7 when it releases?

Source: evleaks

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Alex Enfiedjian is an Android enthusiast and tech journalist from Central California.

  • Richard Yarrell

    Htc better make sure Tmobile see’s the Htc M7 or i will make sure it doesn’t launch on any network in 2013.

    • Rob

      You must be a man of all men are you god shut up

      • Richard Yarrell

        Yes I am. So shut up robbie

        • squiddy20

          You are God? Wow. I didn’t know God could spell so horribly and get so many facts wrong, like how rooting is supposedly for “2plus year old devices”. smh

    • Macky Evangelista

      I’m surprised you didn’t mention Samsung’s superiority, as all of your posts tend to. :P

      • Richard Yarrell

        I gave it a break Macky everyone already knows how i feel about Samsung. Htc better just make sure tmobile gets that M7 device this summer.

    • squiddy20

      “or i will make sure it doesn’t launch on any network in 2013.” What are you gonna do to make that happen, “pimp slap” them to death with your “boss” Note 2? To think that an idiot like you can stop anyone, let alone a multi billion dollar company, is utterly hilarious.

      • Richard Yarrell

        Multi Billion and Htc yeah sure. They just better make sure tmobile gets a handset or else. They don’t want me to cancel it’s shipments.

  • adam

    my last 3 phones have been HTC.. OG evo 4g.. evo 3d.. and now evo 4g LTE.. i hope they keep making the evo line cause im not feelin the way that looks at all..

  • yankeesusa

    My last phone before my awesome note 2 was the evo 3d. Before the evo I’ve only owned htc phones other than my backup phone which was a rooted nexus s and Palm pre. The evo 3d left a sour taste in my mouth. If the m7 is as awesome as they say I’m willing to sell my note 2 for it.

    • RTWright

      I wouldn’t even give up my GSIII for it, not till they start putting SDCard slots back on their devices. They want to compete with Samsung but they don’t do it on a Options vs Options level. They’re the iPhone of Android, a iDriod…. If I want proprietary I’d go with the iPhone. I had an HTC Evo 4G and they stopped support of it pretty much six months after it’s release. It got one or two minor updates and nothing ever major except their excuses. So HTC ( As well as Sprint ) let me down and I just will not purchase from them again.

  • rich_bown

    Plain and boring design, still putting sense over the top of android (why? Tell me whhhhhhyyyyyyy?) and track record of poor updates. Even if this phone flies my experience of HTC phones will mean I will look elsewhere first.

  • RTWright

    Mr. Yarrell is all talk, full of bs and doesn’t really pose any kind of threat of any kind to anyone. Except maybe himself. He’s just like all the others that come here and spout off because they know this is the internet and can get away with it. Eh, just ignore his posts. ;p

  • Eric Prasek

    HTC will die because they don’t update their phones very well.