WHAT THE #$@#.. K, that is out-of-the-way. According to @evleaks, T-Mobile is confirmed as to be the only major carrier of the four to not be offering the HTC M7 out of the gate. At least in terms of any concrete evidence.
HTC M7 confirmed for AT&T, leaving TMO as the only major US carrier lacking concrete evidence.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) January 22, 2013
This seems rather absurd to us. Mobile World Congress is under a month away and potential thoughts and plans could change, hopefully. T-Mobile could be playing their card quietly on this launch, but that also seems a bit absurd. For the die-hard fans looking to the HTC M7 as their next device, info like this could be damaging. There could be some pretty big talks going on behind closed doors about the situation of this very device though. If the device wasn’t supposedly confirmed with the other 3 big dogs, we could easily see how T-Mobile might pass on it. We can also see their aim and focus more at Samsung along with the potential release of the iPhone, over another Android device. We can also see them not putting much stock into HTC on a major device launch like this one. The HTC One S was a pretty great little device, but quickly hit the budget pricing and making its way to free after rebates in a hurry.
The HTC M7 has been talked about, rumored and supposedly leaked a number of times. It has the potential to really do some good for the carriers, but more importantly, for HTC. With specs landing like Android 4.1.2, 4.7-inch 1080p HD display at 468 ppi, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, who wouldn’t be at least a little bit excited about this device? We will have to wait and see if good old T-Mobile pulls the trigger or lets this one float by in favor of something else we don’t know about yet.