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HTC M7 notably lacking T-Mobile release

As we draw ever closer to MWC we have started to see numerous leeks, such as the HTC M7, which will be the phone makers flagship handset. We already know a lot about this handset, but details in regards to potential carriers were not available. However, that has now changed and from what we see the HTC M7 is lacking a T-Mobile release.

While we cannot be certain of the authenticity of this leaked information that came via Twitter, for now it seems as though AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon will be getting the M7, although it’s worth pointing out that a lot can change from now until the start of Mobile World Congress 2013 at the end of next month.

HTC M7 not on T-mobile

Up until a few days ago it was just speculation as to what the HTC M7 would look like, but thankfully we now have an idea of its design, although it’s worth noting that this was just a render and not the final production version. However, we’re sure that over the next few weeks there will be a leaked image or two of the upcoming flagship smartphone from HTC.

It’s also assumed that the M7 will come with the new Sense 5 UI and we now have an idea of what this new software will look like. Looking at the images here you can see that it will have a much cleaner and simpler look, some might say HTC is going for the stock Android approach.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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