HTC has already launched a new model on Sprint, one that for a while looked like a combo between the One X and One S. Now the HTC One XL is preparing for AT&T debut, while the HTC One S is ready to take over the network of T-Mobile. The carrier will sell the thinnest HTC Phone ever for $199 on contract.

This version on T-Mobile won’t have the micro arc oxidation case of the international model, but instead you get a blue gradient finish, if you’re into such design details. Reasons to get the One S are plenty, from the 4.3 inch Super AMOLED qHD screen to the 1.5 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor, 16GB of storage and 8MP ImageSense camera. There’s also 1GB of RAM, 25GB free cloud storage on DropBox and Android 4.0 ICS as the OS + HTC Sense 4.0. T-Mobile also allows customers to trade in their old phones for credit, so you get this handset in the promotion.

If I’m not mistaking, as usual with T-Mobile the 4G they advertise on the poster here is actually HSPA+. Right about now would be a good idea to trade your HTC Sensation/Sensation XL/XE model for this beauty, especially because of the performance, hot looks and great camera. We all know how poor the Sensation camera was…

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