This time, judging by the FCC filings, we learn that HTC’s “All New One” is likely to have six different models for different carriers, supporting different bands. Good news is that among these six are four models that are likely destined for the four major US carriers.
Before we examine them, though, we ought to mention that one of these six is the NM80P6B100 model, which looks like the international version of the new One with support for 4G LTE on band 7, popular across Europe, Asia and other territories.
Then, there are four different HTC “All New One” models - for Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. The difference between them seems to be only in the connectivity, as they support different 4G LTE bands. Model NM80P6B120 is the AT&T one, NM80P6B200 is for Verizon Wireless, NM80P6B700 is the Sprint-bound version, and NM80P6B160 is for T-Mobile. The last version, carrying product ID NM80P6B130, supports 4G LTE bands 4 and 17, which are frequencies commonly supported by regional US carriers.
The 3.5mm headset jack seems to be located on the bottom
Summing it all up, we have all evidence suggesting that the new HTC flagship will arrive on all US carriers, and that's good news. HTC has set the official unveiling date for the handset for March 25th, so it won’t be long until we learn more about the company’s next big thing.