T-Mobile pegs June 5th for launch of HTC One and BlackBerry Q10

T-Mobile pegs June 5th for launch of HTC One and BlackBerry Q10
Earlier on Tuesday, we told you that the BlackBerry Q10 would be launched via T-Mobile on June 5th. The device will require a down payment of $99.99 and 24 monthly installments of $20. That works out to a total cost of $579.99 for the QWERTY-equipped device. As we pointed out before, T-Mobile originally was not planning on offering this phone, but something made the carrier do a 180 degree change.

Meanwhile, the nation's fourth largest carrier will be offering the HTC One nationally on June 5th. Currently, HTC's flagship Android model is available in just 300 stores, which was ok considering that the Taiwan based manufacturer was having production problems. But now that the company is ramping up production and has sold over 5 million units, it is time for the carrier to go coat to coast with these puppies.

If you are a T-Mobile customer, or are heading in that direction, you have two more phones to consider next Wednesday. You have the sleek and sexy aluminum unibody of the HTC One and its 468ppi pixel density or the QWERTY equipped BlackBerry Q10 with the square 3.1 inch 720 x 720 display. Which way are you leaning?

source: TmoNews

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