Today HTC reported that its new One M9 cell phone will launch in the U.S. on April 10 from select retailers, and will eventually be available on all U.S. carriers.
HTC said in a YouTube webcast today that the new telephone would launch in the U.S. and after that would get to be accessible in rest of the world not long from now.
The Taiwanese telephone producer didn’t name the retailers that would sell the One M9 out of the gate.
The dispatch arrives a bit more than two weeks after the M9 was officially uncovered at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. At the time we discovered that the gadget would be accessible in the U.S. in ahead of schedule spring on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
We likewise learned today that HTC plans to offer an extensive warranty program: it’ll replace your One M9 cell phone on the off chance that it falls “onto the asphalt or into a toilet” or even if you change carriers. Also that includes telephones that have been jailbroken, shockingly enough.
In response to a viewer’s inquiry concerning reports that the M9 runs significantly hotter than other telephones, Jason MacKenzie, president of HTC America, said, “All I’m going to say is we’re not going to launch a telephone with a warming issue. We’re going to launch a telephone when its ready.”
Interestingly, HTC’s event was planned to happen a prior hour T-Mobile’s most recent “uncarrier” occasion.