Microsoft and HTC formally announce the HTC One M8 for Windows

one-m8-win-hero-2For the past few months, we have been expecting HTC to get back into the Windows Phone arena with its own Windows Phone after quite awhile. Now, the dream has become true, for those who has wished for this to happen. Lady and gentlemen, if you love HTC’s One M8, you will possibly love this phone just a much, say hello to the HTC One M8 for Windows.

Come right out of the box, there is only one thing about this phone that is worth noticing, it is exactly the same as the original One M8. From the color, to the duo BoomSound speakers, to the Duo Ultrapixel camera, as well as the Snapdragon 801 are all there. The only branding different highlights the reason of the announcement today. For the first time (at least for Verizon), people can walk in the store and choose what OS runs on their new One M8 with little to no compromise.

So, the specification of the M8 for Windows is exactly the same, as mentioned, but also the accessory. You can find the same thing in the Android M8 as in the M8 for Windows. Also, the accessory for the M8 like the DotView Case is compatible with the device as well since the device is running on the latest version, Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 (or Windows Phone 8.1.1), and with Cortana integration, there are a lot of things you can do when with your phone when it is on standby.

The phone is available now in Verizon Store for $99.99 with a two year contract. So, I definitely am excited about this phone, are you?

Source: HTC

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