HTC and Sprint sent out invitations for an April 4 event that they will both host in New York. Last year, they also partnered in launching the HTC Flyer and HTC EVO 3D. For this year's event, they may possibly make an announcement about HTC One V, X or S' release date. The three HTC handsets are already becoming a part of several US carriers that is why Sprint is expected to join in. But, due to the kind of event that is about to happen, both companies might offer something more for its consumers. There is a possibility that Sprint will have exclusivity for quite some time or it will bring in new features to the device.
In the past, Sprint hyped a big even when it launched the Kyocera Echo handset. With the upcoming event, consumers are expecting to see HTC's One Series being a part of the network. In case this happens, Sprint will have a hectic spring season as it is also preparing the release of the LG Viper and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus on April 15 as rumors claim.
Among the devices that Sprint is set to launch, the HTC One X is the biggest of all. The carrier may choose to only offer the 4G LTE version of the device that runs on the S4 processor of Snapdragon. But, its LTE network is still in the process of development.
With this type of processor and condition of the network's 4G LTE connection, Sprint may possibly launch the HTC One X powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor. The Qualcomm version may still be a possibility but it is likely to become available in June or during the same period as the offering of the LG Viper and Galaxy Nexus.
The S version of HTC One may also be a sure victor for Sprint. The handset comes with an amazing hardware and the Snapdragon S4 processor of Qualcomm is able to connect to a 4G LTE network. With these features of the HTC One, it may be the perfect addition to the product lineup of the company.
Consumers on a strict budget may opt for the HTC One V. This may also be offered by Sprint although it may not be as high end as it is expected to be. Yet, the specifications and quality of the handset is still a good one for an entry level device.