There’s no doubt that HTC is going through a pretty bad phase. However, the latest beautiful and elegant HTC One M8 has somewhat shown an improvement in the quarterly revenue of the company but with other smartphones making their way out HTC M8’s sales are fading away. This is another major concern for the company as it has direct impact on company’s revenue. Therefore, HTC is trying out multiple things in order to stay in the market.
Just after the huge success of HTC M8, the company has decided to try out the same design in the Windows Phone arena. There are multiple rumours going around that HTC is working on HTC One M8 Windows Phone version. If rumours are to be believed this is going to be exclusive for Verizon in the US and will be launched Internationally later this month. HTC launched its last Windows Phone HTC 8X back in 2012 and since then company has not worked on any new Windows Phone smartphone. So, right after 2 years we are going to see something big coming from the company.
We have already seen the HTC One M8 Windows Phone image and now we have the leaked specifications of the device as well. According to latest leaks, HTC One M8 Windows Phone version will come with Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box. Moreover, we also heard that it will have the same specifications just like its Android counter part and this would be the first instance when we will see any Windows Phone device with such premium hardware specifications.
If these rumours are to be believed then HTC One M8 Windows Phone will come out with Snapdragon 801 quadcore processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage with microSD card support and 2600mAh battery. It is believed that HTC will stick with its ultrapixel camera technology. HTC One M8 will have 5 inch super LCD 3 display protected by Gorilla Glass 3 and it will also come with HTC’s Boom sound. So, from the looks of it the competition in the Windows Phone market is getting high and this device will set new standards in the Windows Phone market.
It is expected that this device will be officially launched by the end of this month and if HTC really want to compete in the Windows Phone market then the company should come up with its own exclusive features just like Lumia devices. We are interested in seeing how Microsoft respond to a device like this which comes with top notch hardware and microSD support. We know one thing that increased competition will do a lot good to Windows Phone.