WASHINGTON: We have heard that HTC is working on high end Windows phone, now new report recons that company is looking forward to launch Windows version of HTC One M8.
The HTC One M8 hasn’t succeeded as HTC One M7, but company is eyeing to launch to Windows version of the device.
As reports recons the device will appear in the third quarter of this year under Verizon flag. The HTC One M8 is already one of the highest end smartphones currently available on the market, boasting top-of-the-line specs and features that made it very popular among consumers.
Tom Warren, who writes for The Verge and has founded WinRumors, revealed that a Windows Phone-based HTC One M8 will make its debut this year. A
Engadget’s sources mainly confirmed what @evleaks has previously revealed, with one exception. In addition to features such as BoomSound speakers and the much-touted depth-sensing Duo camera, the HTC One (M8) for Windows will reportedly boast voice over LTE (VoLTE) support as well.
It remains unclear at this point whether the smartphone will rock VoLTE straight out of the box, but if not, Microsoft should add the support with its upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 GDR1 update.
It’s all still in the rumor state for now, so treat these reports accordingly. As always in such cases, take everything with a grain of salt until an official announcement.