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HTC Aero tipped to be an ‘intermediate device’, coming to US this November


Evan Blass, the man behind evleaks, has leaked some new info on HTC Aero, the smartphone expected to succeed the One M9 later this year as the company’s ‘hero device’.

Surprisingly, evleaks claims that the device will be an ‘intermediate’ device, which may suggest that something bigger could perhaps be in the works, possibly for early 2016. The smartphone will allegedly launched in early November this year and will be ‘One branded’.

Among the US carriers, Sprint has been confirmed to be offering the device. Other carriers may offer it too, but it looks like the Aero may not be available on all major carriers like the One M9.

HTC CEO Cher Wang had recently mentioned that the company was working on a new hero device that could be launched by October this year. Since evleaks info is regarding the US release of the smartphone, it could be possible that the International variant may be released in October.

Source: evleaks


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