HTC One M8 for Windows launching at T-Mobile
The HTC One M8 for Windows handset has only been available for Verizon customers until now. T-Mobile has just announced that it will finally be carrying the WP handset starting November 9. While the usual HTC One M8 for Windows price is set at around $700, we expect T-Mobile to put a similar price tag on the new arrival. The HTC One M8 for Windows is one of the best handsets, aside from Lumia devices that sports Windows 8.1 and many have been asking T-Mobile and other on the U.S. carriers to make it available.
Many have been voicing their desire to get their hands on the HTC One M8 for Windows, from other carriers than just Verizon. While T-Mobile will start selling the device starting November 9. we suspect that other carriers are soon to follow and by the end of next month, the HTC One M8 for Windows should become widely available. The HTC One M8 for Windows specs and features match those of the original Android running handset. The HTC One M8 for Windows design has been praised by many thanks to its all metal body and great front-facing speakers. The BoomSound speakers HTC has brought to the tablet, both on its latest flagship, as well as on the new Nexus 9 are the talk of the town and have been so ever since the first HTC One M8 handset was tested. While the BoomSound speakers on the HTC One M8 for Windows are the same, many might find the size of the phone a bit disconcerting. The bezels on the original and the HTC One M8 for Windows are considerably larger than what you may find on other flagships.
The HTC One M8 for Windows is a nice addition to the Windows 8.1 and T-Mobile portfolio and we’re sure that once it gets launched, it will surely rack up some nice numbers. Many Windows Phone users have been searching for a flagship outside of the Lumia line that would fulfill both their software and design desires. The HTC One M8 for Windows aims to do just that and many are curious about how Windows 8.1 will work for them once they get their hands on the device. The metal-clad HTC phone has already received its fair amount of appreciation and acclaim, so with a wider availability of the Windows model, more users should be raving on about what the One M8 and Windows can accomplish together.