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It’s that time of the year again when tad rumors begin to roll out for flagship devices from the likes of Samsung, HTC, and Sony begins. HTC’s upcoming flagship device, HTC One M9 is making the rumor mill trips by the codename Hima. We previously heard of it in a news related to HTC Sense 7 and now thanks to @upleaks, we also have complete HTC One M9 specs with us.

HTC is one of the most premium Android smartphone manufacturer. The company’s current flagship, HTC One M8 is the best looking Android smartphone with its metal unibody and classy looks. HTC’s One series began with HTC One M7, the M8 current flagship and the next will be the HTC One M9 and its codename is Hima.

As you’d expect from a flagship device, the HTC One M9 specs are top of the line. The rumored M9 specs suggests the processor to be Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Quad-core but it’s not certain yet if it’ll be 2.0 GHz or  1.5GHz. The device will have 3GB RAM and a whopping 20MP camera on the back. I’m guessing it’s safe to assume that the HTC One M9 will also have a similar setup of dual camera’s on the back as on the M8. Anyway, what’s truly mind blowing here is the 13 MP (or  a 4MP ultrapixel) camera on the front, perfect stuff for this selfie obsessed times we’re living in.

The leaked HTC One M9 specs rumor suggests the display to be a 5.0 inch full HD display. This is one thing that doesn’t sound right. HTC needs to get bigger with the M9. Google’s latest Nexus device sports a massive 5.9 inch display and Apple’s new iPhone 6 Plus is 5.5 inches too, also both Samsung and LG have massive 5.5 inches premium smartphones. Even last year’s HTC One M8 was 5.0 inches, so we expect the HTC One M9 display to be at-least 5.3 or 5.5 inches in size. Also, the device’s resolution couldn’t settle at just being full HD when other manufacturers are already bringing in Quad HD 2560×1440 display resolution.

READ: Previously leaked HTC One M9 Specs

The leaked specs report the HTC One M9 battery to be 2840 mAh. If the display size is to be 5.0 inches then 2840 mAh battery would hold up well, but if HTC chooses to use a larger display with Quad HD resolution (which it should) than we expect the device to not use anything below 3200 mAh battery for optimal battery life.

One of the most exciting part of HTC One M9 will be the release of Sense 7 with it. HTC Sense is a custom skin by HTC that’s used on all of HTC devices that runs on Android. Current version is Sense 6 and it powers HTC One M7, M9 and a few others. Mid-range HTC devices run on Sense 5.3, but most of them might get Sense 6 if they receive the official lollipop update from HTC.

We heard about HTC Sense 7 first in late October when the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop by Google was near. Above is the leaked screenshot of HTC Sense 7 running on a HTC One M8. Previously, we had known Sense 7 to release with the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to HTC One M7 and M8, but a recent leak of HTC One M8 running Android 5.0.1 lollipop firmware confirmed Sense 6 on the lollipop build for the released flagship devices. The HTC Sense 7 will debut with HTC One M9 and it’ll be one of the most highlighting feature of the device.

READ: HTC One M8 Android 5.0.1 Lollipop Update Screenshots

HTC One M9 will come in four color choices Gray, Silver, Gold and Gunmetal Gold. Knowing that One M9 will be completely metal like its predecessor, all of these color choices are going to look absolutely amazing as they did on the M8. We had the Gunmetal Gray on the HTC One M8 and it looked amazing on that, and it seems HTC is bringing the Gunmetal Gold as well with HTC One M9.

HTC ONE M9 SPECS

Processor: Snapdragon 810 2.0GHz Quad-core + 1.5GHz Quad-core

RAM: 3GB

Display: 5″ FHD Display

Battery: 2840mAh

Main Camera: 20.7MP

Front Camera: 13MP or 4MP UltraPixel

Android version: Android 5.0 Lollipop

Sense version: 7.0

Dimensions: 144.3 x 69.4 x 9.56 mm

Network: Supports VoLTE(Voice Over LTE), Carrier Aggrication(Malaysian/Indian model doesn’t support this), LTE Category 6

Colors: Gray, Silver, Gold, Gunmetal Gold

via upleaks, Concept phone by Fabrizio D’Onofrio

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Htc One Camera Wows In Real World Hands

HTC One camera wows in real world Hands-on

We’ve had a go at the HTC One X and the HTC One S, now it’s time to let you in on the camera hardware and software involved in both of these marvelous machines. HTC has been adamant about how much time and effort they’ve put into the photo and video capturing elements of this Hero line of smartphones, and from what we’ve seen thus far, they’ve done quite an amazing job at it! Below we’ll go through not only the interface in video form, but include several examples of both high definition video and photos galore.

What you’re going to see here first is a hands-on experience with the HTC One S’s camera app – it’s the same software as the HTC One X, so you can expect to be working with the same set of buttons and controls on either device. Here you’ll find that this HTC-made experience takes what Android is capable of and delivers a whole new level of fabulous mobile photo and video capture. Included are effects on both video and photo, settings, adjustments, and results below.

Check out our full reviews of the HTC One X and the HTC One S right now!

Next let’s have a look at a couple examples of video. We’ve got a couple of different situations here, one outdoors with high sunlight, the other indoors looking out a window. First we’ll have a 1080p video sample collected with the HTC One X at a flea market in London on a fine spring afternoon:

Next we’ve got a 1080p video sample taken with the HTC One S. The difference here is in the processor’s additions to the quality of the video. Minute though they may be, the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor in the One X does handle image and video processing different from the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4. Both devices have the same “HTC ImageSense” processing chip, from what we understand, this working directly with the camera, but there is some final processing to be done between what you’ve captured on the device and here.

Have a peek here also at some Slow Motion video capture from the HTC One S. Both devices are capable of working with this effect, they capturing frames at an extraordinary speed to bring you all the slo-mo action you could possibly desire. First have a peek at the HTC One S’s capture of the dog named Emme:

Next we’ve got video showing off the HTC One X taking some slow-motion video, this time with a child involved! Note that this video comes from the Android Community review of the One X, and also note that the Slow Motion effect does not include sound, just video.

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For photos we’ll begin with an HTC One S example in some mixed light – some natural and some generated by lamps – of the rather complicated machine you saw moving above.

Then a photo with the One X of a traditionally relatively dark area, the London tube, here with nothing but unnatural light. The only scarier place on earth is the same place in New York City – watch out for mole people and Ninja Turtles!

A couple of HD photos outdoors from the Android Community review of the HTC One S are next – the detail can be seen sharp and hot from back to front, wouldn’t you agree?

Then we’ve got some action from Burst Mode. The following set of images was photographed during the hands-on video you see at the head of this post. Notice the slight variations in quality throughout the series:

This camera experience yields an extremely entertaining and diverse environment in which we’ll be able to work on a day-to-day basis with ease. HTC has also created a set of cameras that produce videos and photos which are set to compete with the best smartphone-based cameras on the market without breaking a sweat. Have a peek at the timeline below to continue your HTC One experience, all the way from Barcelona to London to Minnesota to Arizona and back again!

Also included below is a set of photos each captured in the hands-on video you see above. These photos show off the vast majority of the effects you’ll be able to use in photos here in Sense 4.0 on the HTC One series – enjoy!

Htc Sensation: Qhd 1.2Ghz Dual

HTC Sensation: qHD 1.2GHz dual-core flagship

The HTC Sensation has been officially launched – aka the HTC Pyramid – the company’s new Android flagship. Running Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread on a dual-core Qualcomm MSM 8260 1.2GHz processor, the Sensation has a Desire HD-matching 4.3-inch S-LCD touchscreen running at qHD 540 x 960 resolution, HSPA/WCDMA connectivity, and an 8-megapixel camera capable of 1080p Full HD video recording with stereo sound.

There’s also 1GB of ROM and 768MB of RAM, a microSD slot (with an 8GB card pre-loaded), and  VGA-resolution front-facing camera. Connectivity includes WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a microUSB port with MHL support for HDMI output (with the appropriate dongle).

The HTC Sensation measures in at 126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3 mm and weighs 148g with the standard 1,520 mAh battery, and follows HTC’s unibody aluminum design language with a three-tone rear panel (either graduated grays or a subdued trio of purples). A sheet of toughened Gorilla Glass protects the touchscreen. There’s also GPS/AGPS, a dual-LED flash on the back and the usual gyro, G-sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor and ambient light sensor.

Like the HTC Flyer, the Sensation will come preloaded with HTC Watch, the company’s movie and TV show rental/purchase system. Over 600 titles are expected at launch, including recent big-name movies, with UK pricing expected to be around £0.99 per rental or £1.99 for purchase. Trailers begin playing immediately, over 3G or WiFi, while purchases/rentals can only be downloaded over WiFi and, thanks to some smart buffering, begin playing after around 10 seconds.

Once bought, content is available in an online digital locker, and can be accessed on up to five HTC devices (though not other platforms; you can’t access movies on your PC, for instance); users will be able to add/remove one device per 30 day period. HTC will offer carrier-billing with certain carriers and credit-card payments for everyone else. The Sensation offers SRS WOW audio, or video can be played back via the HDMI output.

With the HTC Sensation, the company introduces a new version of HTC Sense, borrowing some of the cues from the Flyer tablet. There’s a new homescreen with a 3D carousel layout supporting endless scrolling, as well as a redesigned lock-screen that is designed to act as a “real-time window” to important information. Instead of the basic lock-slider from previous Sense devices, there’s a new “launcher ring” to which user-assigned app icons on the lockscreen can be dragged; that instantly unlocks the phone and opens the app. Icons like Mail or Messages can show how many new email or SMS are present.

The HTC Sensation will see a global launch rather than just European availability. In Europe it will initially arrive – in May or June 2011 – on Vodafone before spreading to other carriers. In the US it will be offered as the HTC Sensation 4G on T-Mobile USA, complete with HSPA+ connectivity. The Sensation will also go on sale in Asia (carriers tbc). No word on pricing at this stage, but expect something in excess of the Desire HD.

We’ll have hands-on photos and video with the HTC Sensation very soon!

Press Release:

HTC UNVEILS MULTIMEDIA SUPERPHONE, THE HTC SENSATION™

LONDON – April 12, 2011 – HTC Corporation, a global leader in mobile innovation and design, today introduced the HTC Sensation, a smartphone that shines a spotlight on entertainment with HTC’s new HTC Watch™ video service. Crafted with premium design elements, the HTC Sensation features the company’s latest HTC Sense™ experience that puts people at the center by making their smartphones work in a more simple and natural way.

“Smartphones have evolved into pocket-sized entertainment centers that enable people to take their favorite content with them wherever they go,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. “The HTC Sensation takes this even further by combining the great new HTC Watch entertainment experience with the latest HTC Sense experience to deliver a powerful, evolved multimedia smartphone to our customers.”

“The HTC Sensation integrates multimedia content with relevant, thoughtful features, bringing an exciting new dimension to Vodafone’s smartphone range. The HTC Sensation will be available first in key Vodafone markets from Q2,” said Patrick Chomet, Vodafone’s Group Terminals Director. “The strength of Vodafone and HTC’s partnership is a marker of our commitment to offer our customers truly compelling and market-leading mobile experiences.”

Premium Design and Materials

Tapping into HTC’s trademark design language, the HTC Sensation’s premium look and feel is enhanced by its rounded edges, aluminum unibody construction and the touch screen surface is protected by a contoured screen that feels more natural as a finger is glided across it. The 4.3-inch qHD display delivers high-resolution widescreen viewing and gives the HTC Sensation slender proportions that feel natural in a person’s hand. At the heart of the HTC Sensation beats a powerful, 1.2-gigahertz dual-core Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor, which enables gorgeous graphics and all-around fast performance.

HTC Sense

Complementing the HTC Sensation’s premium design is the latest HTC Sense experience that boasts a host of new features and enhancements, helping people to have more fun and get more done. For instance, HTC Sense introduces a customizable active lockscreen experience that transforms the lockscreen into a real-time window to the most important information and content, such as social updates, photos, weather or stock updates that are viewed by simply turning on the display. In addition, the new active lockscreen becomes a customizable gateway that lets people quickly jump to the most used features, like making a phone call, sending an email, taking a picture or anything else with the same quick gesture usually used to unlock the phone. For instance, the camera can be launched right from the lock screen with a single motion, saving precious seconds when you’re trying to capture the action. Sharper graphics, vibrant animations and new widgets make HTC Sense look better than ever and, by continuing to focus on all of the aspects, both large and small, that make HTC Sense special, HTC introduces a more cinematic and immersive weather experience with stunning imagery and audible weather effects.

HTC Sense also makes it easy to have fun by enabling people to capture and share special moments. The HTC Sensation’s 8-megapixel camera doesn’t just shoot gorgeous photos but, with the new instant capture feature, lets people capture the moments they want without worrying about missing or keeping up with the action. The HTC Sensation also shoots full HD video in 1080p resolution, with full stereo sound, at up to 30 frames a second, giving you smooth video that is better than many other phones. With the new Video Trimmer tool, people can crop their clips to the perfect size for easy sharing with friends and family.

HTC Watch

The HTC Sensation is a smartphone that is built from the ground up for a sophisticated, evolved multimedia experience. The 4.3″ widescreen display means that users can watch movies like they were meant to be seen – in their full cinematic glory, with no cropping or letterboxing. The HTC Sensation is also the first smartphone to feature HTC Watch – an application and service that puts an entire library of the latest, premium movies and TV shows right at your fingertips, letting people discover the latest video content in an easy and visually engaging way. HTC Watch uses progressive download technology that makes it possible to watch videos without waiting for a huge file to finish downloading. HTC Watch offers the choice of renting or buying videos, and if purchased, lets you watch them on up to five different HTC devices.

Availability

The HTC Sensation will be broadly available through Vodafone across major European markets. It will also be available in Asian markets in Q2 2011.

Qualcomm Rumored To Have Fixed Snapdragon 810 For Samsung

Qualcomm rumored to have fixed Snapdragon 810 for Samsung

The Snapdragon drama continues to unfold, of course only in rumors and leaks so far. After rumors that Samsung would be ditching the Snapdragon 810 for its own Exynos chip because of overheating issues, and with LG refuting such problems, word now is that Qualcomm is already addressing the root of Samsung’s complaints. If such is the case, the only problem left is whether the fixed chips would make it in time for Samsung to use it on the Galaxy S6, which is expected to debut at MWC 2024 in March.

The Snapdragon 810 is expected to be 2024’s main mobile processor. The chip combines two relatively new technologies for Qualcomm, an octa-core configuration and a 64-bit architecture. Despite initial rumors of possible delays in availability, Qualcomm assured customers that the chips would ship on time. Now, however, there might be some reason to indeed delay the chips, depending on whose word you take.

Samsung is reported to be having overheating issues with the chip during tests with the upcoming Galaxy S6, which has led it to decide to switch to its own Exynos processors instead. That said, it is probably no secret that Samsung has been grooming its chips to eventually replace Snapdragon, at least on the high-end, developing features that would match Qualcomm’s list. Samsung, however, can’t completely shake off Qualcomm just yet, as the mobile chip maker still supplies a good number of low-power, low-cost chips for its mid and low end smartphones.

Of course, Samsung isn’t Qualcomm’s only customer, even for the Snapdragon 810. LG is using the same chip for its G Flex 2, which is retailing in Korea this week. LG refutes Samsung’s overheating claims, but is rather ambiguous about it. On the one hand, it says it didn’t have that same problem, but on the other hand, it also says that it has been able to address those issues, which sort of implies the issue does exist. LG does clarify that heat isn’t just a problem of the CPU alone but also goes to the entire design of the device. It says that its G Flex 2 has been designed with the Snapdragon 810 specifically in mind and has been built to keep things from getting too hot. Perhaps LG is implying that Samsung’s design for the Galaxy S6 isn’t as optimized.

Qualcomm hasn’t yet made any statement regarding the matter, and it probably won’t to save face, presuming such an issue does exist. But even if Samsung does end up with a different chip for the Galaxy S6, some analysts contend that the aftermath on Qualcomm’s business won’t be too severe. The loss of the Samsung deal could make Qualcomm lose 2 to 8 percent of its earnings per share, but Qualcomm is said to make more money from licensing its patents than outright sales of its processors.

SOURCE: Wall Street Journal

Htc Touch Diamond2 And Touch Pro2

HTC have announced two new devices at MWC today, the HTC Touch Diamond2 and the HTC Touch Pro2, each updates of the original devices. The Touch Diamond2 has a 3.2-inch VGA touchscreen display, while the Touch Pro2 has a 3.6-inh WVGA touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Both run Windows Mobile, currently 6.1 but we’re expecting to hear that each will ship with 6.5 when Microsoft officially announce it – as expected – later on today.

Each handset also has the TouchFLO 3D GUI, 3G, WiFi b/g and Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP stereo wireless. The Touch Diamond2 has a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, while the Touch Pro2 has a 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus.

The HTC Touch Diamond2 will be available in European and Asian markets in early Q2 2009 with broader global availability coming later in the year. The Touch Pro2 will be available across major global markets beginning in early summer. No word on prices as yet.

Press Release:

new HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2 SIGNAL a new wave in communication

New phones simplify information access with HTC Push Internet and unify personal communication with single-view contact integration

BARCELONA ó Feb 16, 2009 ó HTC Corporation, a global designer of mobile phones, today unveiled two new flagship devices, the HTC Touch Diamond2??and HTC Touch Pro2?. Integrating innovative simplicity with unique style and an intuitive interface, the devices balance function, form and cutting-edge technology to personalize the communication and mobile Internet experience.

ìThe HTC Touch Pro2 and HTC Touch Diamond2 introduce a mobile communication experience that simplifies how we communicate with people in our lives whether through voice, text or email,î said Peter Chou, president and CEO, HTC Corp. ìHTC is delivering the latest, cutting-edge sophistication in a broad portfolio of mobile phones that improve how people live, work and communicate.î

HTC TouchFLO 3D Integrated with Windows Mobile

The HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2 utilize HTCís latest TouchFLO 3D interface. TouchFLO 3D has been more deeply integrated into a customized version of Windows Mobile 6.1 to deliver more consistency throughout Windows Mobile applications and menus. Focused on making navigation easier and more intuitive, TouchFLO 3D brings important information to the top-level user interface, including quick access to people, messaging, email, photos, music and weather. As part of this improved Windows Mobile integration the touch focus areas have been enlarged to be more finger-touch friendly.

BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER

With the HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2, HTC is introducing a new people-centric communication approach, providing a single contact view that displays the individual conversation history of contacts regardless of whether voice, text or email were used. This can be viewed from the contact card or the in-call screen during a phone conversation, ensuring the latest communication contact-by-contact is always at hand.

SIMPLIFYING HOW PEOPLE ACCESS THEIR INFORMATION

Continuing its commitment to making the mobile Internet easier and more enjoyable, the HTC Touch Diamond2 and HTC Touch Pro2 introduce HTCís Push Internet technology. HTC Push Internet alleviates slow downloading and rendering of Web pages on a mobile phone. Users can preselect their favorite Websites to get immediate access to them when needed.

HTC Touch Diamond2

The HTC Touch Diamond2 is the next step in the evolution of the successful HTC Touch Diamond. Crafted to fit perfectly into the hand, the Touch Diamond2 evolves the compact design and iconic style of the original HTC Touch Diamond. It incorporates a larger 3.2-inch high-resolution wide-screen VGA display for a greater viewing area in a design just 13.7mm thick. The phone also includes a new touch sensitive zoom bar for even faster zooming of Web pages, emails, text messages, photos or documents.

With fifty-percent better battery life, a five mega-pixel auto focus camera, expandable memory, gravity sensor and an ambient light sensor, the Touch Diamond2 brings the most sophisticated capabilities to a broad consumer audience looking for the professional benefits of a smartphone without sacrificing size, looks or functionality.

HTC TOUCH PRO2

Designed for business professionals, the HTC Touch Pro2 is architected with distinct style and strength while delivering the most powerful productivity experience available on a mobile phone. Leveraging HTCís TouchFLO 3D, people-centric communication and Push Internet technology, the Touch Pro2 features a high-resolution 3.6-inch widescreen VGA display for an expanded viewing area and large finger-friendly QWERTY keyboard. With improved battery life, expandable memory, a touch-sensitive zoom bar as well as gravity, proximity and ambient light sensors, the Touch Pro2 is optimized for touch as well as heavy email use.

Introducing HTC Straight Talk? for HTC Touch Pro2

The new HTC Touch Pro2 leverages voice in a new way to create one of the most sophisticated communication experiences found on a mobile phone. † HTCís new Straight Talk technology delivers an integrated email, voice and speakerphone experience. Users can transition seamlessly from email to single or multi-party conference calls and turn any location into a conference room.

Availability

The HTC Touch Diamond2 will be available to customers across major European and Asian markets in early Q2 2009 with broader global availability coming later in the year. The Touch Pro2 will be available across major global markets beginning in early summer.

Htc Makes Windows Phone 8X Official

Today, Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation made official its first smartphones running under Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system. The company has announced a new flagship handset, the Windows Phone 8X by HTC, with a 4.3-inch Super LCD II 720p HD touchscreen display, as well as with a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor. Thus, the new handset is the most powerful smartphone that the company has unveiled with Microsoft’s mobile operating system on board. HTC also packed the new device with 1GB of RAM, along with 16GB of storage but with no MicroSD card slot to expand it, and support for NFC and Beats Audio. The smartphone also comes with an 8-megapixel f2/0 BSI photo snapper with support for HD video recording, as well as with a front camera for making video calls. The hardware specifications of this device also include WiFi a/b/g/n connectivity, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, built-in GPS receiver, and the usual set of sensors. The new smartphone will be released in the United States with support for 4G LTE networks, while being planned for release in Europe and other markets with HSPA+/DC-HSDPA connectivity inside. In addition to including Beats Audio, the handset also arrives on shelves with a pair of amplifiers to offer better audio quality to its users, one for the headphone jack, and another for the phone’s speaker. “We’ve been inspired by Windows Phone 8 to create new smartphones that give the platform the iconic design and personality it deserves,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. “Windows Phone has clearly emerged as one of the top mobile ecosystems and is competitive against any other smartphone platform in the world.” HTC also unveiled that these devices would be pushed to shelves starting with November, and that they would reach more than 150 carriers in 50+ countries. In the United States, the new Windows Phone 8X by HTC will be launched on the networks of AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. It will also arrive around the world at Orange, O2 Telefonica, MTS, Three UK, T-Mobile, and Vodafone in Europe; Chunghwa Telecom, Optus, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singtel), Smartone, Telstra and Vodafone Australia in Asia-Pacific.

Today, Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation made official its first smartphones running under Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system. The company has announced a new flagship handset, the Windows Phone 8X by HTC, with a 4.3-inch Super LCD II 720p HD touchscreen display, as well as with a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor. Thus, the new handset is the most powerful smartphone that the company has unveiled with Microsoft’s mobile operating system on board. HTC also packed the new device with 1GB of RAM, along with 16GB of storage but with no MicroSD card slot to expand it, and support for NFC and Beats Audio. The smartphone also comes with an 8-megapixel f2/0 BSI photo snapper with support for HD video recording, as well as with a front camera for making video calls. The hardware specifications of this device also include WiFi a/b/g/n connectivity, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, built-in GPS receiver, and the usual set of sensors. The new smartphone will be released in the United States with support for 4G LTE networks, while being planned for release in Europe and other markets with HSPA+/DC-HSDPA connectivity inside. In addition to including Beats Audio, the handset also arrives on shelves with a pair of amplifiers to offer better audio quality to its users, one for the headphone jack, and another for the phone’s speaker. “We’ve been inspired by Windows Phone 8 to create new smartphones that give the platform the iconic design and personality it deserves,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation. “Windows Phone has clearly emerged as one of the top mobile ecosystems and is competitive against any other smartphone platform in the world.” HTC also unveiled that these devices would be pushed to shelves starting with November, and that they would reach more than 150 carriers in 50+ countries. In the United States, the new Windows Phone 8X by HTC will be launched on the networks of AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. It will also arrive around the world at Orange, O2 Telefonica, MTS, Three UK, T-Mobile, and Vodafone in Europe; Chunghwa Telecom, Optus, Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (Singtel), Smartone, Telstra and Vodafone Australia in Asia-Pacific.

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