Thursday, September 20, 2012

HTC launches windows 8X, 8S smartphones


Latest HTC smartphones with windows 8X, 8S

HTC launches 8X, 8S smartphones
HTC launches 8X, 8S smartphones
The companies said the HTC devices would be available from November through over 150 carriers in at least 50 countries

Taiwan's HTC unveiled its first smartphones powered by Microsoft's Windows on Wednesday, in a boost for the US application giant's efforts to break in to a market dominated by Apple & Google. HTC & Microsoft previewed the 8X & 8S handsets in New York, boasting that they feature "iconic design," studio-quality sound & "incredible camera capabilities."

"Windows Phone has clearly emerged as of the top mobile ecosystems & is competitive against any other smartphone platform in the world."

"We've been inspired by Windows Phone 8 to generate new smartphones that give the platform the iconic design & persona it deserves," said Peter Chou, HTC's chief executive.

Among the carriers participating are US-based AT&T, T-Mobile & Verizon Wireless, Europe's Orange, O2 Telefonica, MTS, UK, T-Mobile & Vodafone & Asia-Pacific carriers Chunghwa Telecom, Optus, Singapore Telecommunications, Smartone, Telstra & Vodafone Australia.

The news comes weeks after Finland-based Nokia unveiled its smartphones powered by Windows Phone 8, Microsoft's upgraded mobile operating process that aims to compete with Apple's iOS used on the iPhone & a mass of Google Android handsets.

"Together they are offering customers a clear choice & a distinctive experience. I am thrilled to take our longstanding partnership to the next level."

"Pairing HTC's beautiful new Windows Phone 8X & 8S with our brand is a sizable milestone for both companies," said Steve Ballmer, Microsoft chief executive.

The HTC devices have a design based on the Windows Phone Live Tiles & will come in colors including "California blue," graphite black, flame red, & "limelight yellow."

HTC will use & ultra-wide angle front-facing camera that allows up to people & more to be captured without delay, which also allows for high-definition video capture.

The rings will have displays of at least inches, matching or exceeding that of the new iPhone five, & will use the latest version of Corning's lightweight Gorilla Glass.

It said its Beats Audio "provides authentic, studio-quality sound that delivers the spirit of the original recording."


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