The HTC One M9+ is headed to the Old Continent in Q3, but it will be far from the last high-end HTC device this year. Well-known leaker Evan Blass mentioned earlier the HTC Aero will follow the M9+ and has now dug up some additional info.
The HTC Aero will reportedly join the One ranks in early November, that's a month after the new flagship promised by CEO Cher Wang. Blass describes it as an "intermediate device," so maybe it's not the real flagship but instead a runner up.
HTC Aero tipped for release by Sprint, among other places, in early Nov. Despite being "One" branded, classified as an intermediate device.— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 28, 2015
Either way, the device will land on Sprint though it's not clear if it's an exclusive or just a local version of an international device. The carrier-branded launch might explain the one month delay too.
Recently the FTC certified an LTE-packing HTC though that was a GSM device with no CDMA support.
All I wanted from HTC was a phone with a 5.5 to 5.7 screen with better specs than the M8. M9 was a dud. And Now they are coming out with a suppose saver phone that is smaller than the M9. I'm done.
Too bad it isn't funny at all...
I was Cracking up when I wrote this crap. lol.