Windows Phones’ fans rejoice. If you love the build of the HTC One M8, you can now get it running Windows Phone 8.1 exclusively at Verizon Wireless. Windows Phone has come a long way and is a decent OS. The specs of the HTC One M8 for Windows Phone are identical to the original One M8 that came out in April of this year. Check them out:
HTC One M8 For Windows Phone Specs:
Display: 5 inch Full HD LCD (1920 x 1080 441 PPI)
Cameras: 4 Megapixel rear-facing camera (Duo Camera / 5 megapixel front-facing camera)
Processor / RAM: 2.3 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Quad-Core Processor/ 2 GB RAM
Memory: 32 GB Internal Memory with MicroSD expansion slot (up to 128)
Battery: 2,600 mAh embedded battery
Connectivity : Bluetooth 4.0 / Wi-Fi / NFC / Miracast / DLNA
OS: Windows Phone 8.1.1
Features: Double Tap, BoomSound, BlinkFeed, HTC Sense TV
Pricing and Availabilty:
The HTC One M8 for Windows is available on Verizon Wireless for $99. More information HERE
From the Official Press Release:
HTC One Plus a New OS Experience
Under the hood is Windows Phone 8.1 Update, which incorporates a host of meaningful innovations:
- Cortana, Windows Phone’s truly personal digital assistant, makes her HTC debut in this phone. Adept at searching for sushi and setting calendar appointments, Cortana also offers the ability to proactively warn you when it’s time to leave for your next appointment or remind you to pick up milk on the way home.
- Action Center provides one swipe access to all your recent notifications and messages, as well as programmable quick settings.
- Apps Corner sandboxes apps and folders into a protected area of the phone.Windows Phone takes on the chores of battery, data and storage management, and keying in passwords for known Wi-Fi networks, allowing users more time to explore the phone’s innovative functionality that truly puts consumer needs first.
- Small business owners can use their HTC One (M8) for Windows as a point of sale device without making personal information available.
- Users can separate personal and professional information, creating distinct experiences for work and pleasure in a single device.
Are you willing to give Windows Phone 8.1 and Cortana a try on the beautiful unibody of the HTC One M8?