HTC One Verizon release disappointment confirmed
Since the company announced the HTC One there has been many smartphone fans excited about the eventual arrival of the stylish new handset, but there is now some HTC One Verizon release disappointment that has been confirmed by the manufacturer.
There has been a lot of speculation in the last few days about the HTC One being made available at some point on the Verizon Wireless network, with a supposedly leaked document hinting the device was coming soon and replacing the HTC Droid DNA.
Now though this idea has been shot down in flames by the company itself when responding to a question on its own official Twitter account. A user asked about the possibility of a Big Red variant of the handset, but HTC replied the handset won’t be available on the network.
Instead they replied “have you seen the awesome Droid DNA?” which will come as a major disappointment to many customers of the network. There has been talk of a successor to the HTC Droid DNA recently though, and while there was some thought that it could be the HTC One, it is now more likely to be the HTC DLXPLUS.
Considering that the HTC One is going to be the only flagship handset from the company this year, both Verizon and HTC will be missing out on a number of potential customers by not releasing the device on the network.
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