By Stephen Schenck | March 27, 2012 6:57 PM
Shortly after HTC formally revealed its new One-series of Androids, we learned that T-Mobile was planning to introduce the phone to the US market. The carrier put up a page for the phone with some information on it and a way to sign-up for more info, but it didn’t have anything like a release date to share. As we wait to learn the details of its launch, a video of the One S has surfaced, showing the phone running on T-Mobile.
The interesting thing about the handset in this video is the absence of T-Mobile branding; the image of the phone hosted on the carrier’s site shows how we expect it to arrive, with “T-Mobile” replacing the “HTC” logo. Despite that, this is clearly the One S as it will come to T-Mobile, as revealed by the presence of several pre-installed T-Mobile apps.
It’s neat to see the One S again, pretty much all ready to go for T-Mobile, but we still don’t have a good grasp on the carrier’s release plans. This definitely makes it feel like we should be getting the phone soon, but there’s no guarantee; we’ll just have to keep waiting for that next leaked roadmap.