Despite being the fourth largest carrier and the last of the big four to launch an LTE network, T-Mobile continues to receive love from Android manufacturers. Case in point, HTC is rumored to be bringing their new flagship device, the One X, to the Magenta carrier. There is one catch, it could be stock!
I highly doubt anyone will complain about HTC dropping Sense in favor of a clean stock build. If rumors are true, the One X could be rebranded as a T-Mobile “G” device. The fact that T-Mobile has no LTE network could actually work in their favor, since they still run on GSM HSPA+, that means the One X would not need an LTE capable chip and will keep the Tegra 3 quad-core processor like the European version and not use the Snapdragon S4 dual core processor like the version that will be arriving on AT&T.
So much for the “exclusive” that AT&T snagged on the One X, with rumors of a One X variant landing on Sprint as the next EVO and now this, it looks like HTC just wants to spread the love with their new flagship device. Who can blame them.
Source: Android and Me