HTC Ville and Huawei Prism Confirmed for T-Mobile USA

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G has been confirmed as well

With only a few days until Mobile World Congress 2012 kicks off, carriers are looking to get rid of old devices and make room for the new ones. HTC, Nokia, LG, Sony, Huawei, ZTE, Panasonic and maybe Samsung are expected to announce exceptional devices at this trade fair.

In this regard, T-Mobile USA has already stricken a deal with HTC to offer its customers the HTC Ville, which will probably be launched at MWC as HTC One S.

The folks over at TmoNews have just got their hands on a T-Mobile USA internal document, which confirms the carrier plans to launch the HTC Ville, a certain Huawei Prism, as well as the Samsung T769, which is also known as Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G.

The information seems to be accurate, especially that T-Mobile USA has just announced that the Galaxy S Blaze 4G will be available for purchase from March. This means that the other two devices will probably be confirmed as soon as they are unveiled at the Mobile World Congress.

We already know that HTC decided to launch an entirely new lineup of Android smartphones at MWC, which will be called “HTC One” followed by a letter, for each new model.

However, it’s possible that HTC and T-Mobile USA may have agreed to launch the Android-based smartphone as HTC Ville in the United States.

Unfortunately, there are no details regarding the Huawei Prism, but the Chinese handset manufacturer plans to unveil several interesting devices on February 26, one day ahead of MWC 2012 opening.

According to TmoNews, T-Mobile USA had registered last week, new domains with the “Prism” name tag, so we can safely assume that this Huawei Prism is indeed real and that it will hit shelves in the following weeks.

The internal document published online confirms that HTC Ville and Huawei Prism accessories will be received in warehouses in April, so customers can wait for an official announcement around that timeframe.


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