Microsoft has released Windows Phone 8, which comes with new smartphones.
A splash of colour, Microsoft’s latest mobile platform and a sleek new body are combined with more powerful hardware – is the 8X the phone to bring Windows Phone 8 to the masses?
HTC’s been in a bit of a weird position these last few years. From the days of anonymity when it made Windows phones for others, it rode the crest of the Android wave when Google’s platform launched becoming, pretty much,the Android handset OEM of choice.
And then Samsung happened. HTC’s offerings appeared to dip and even the pretty fantastic One X – struggled to make inroads against the seemingly unstoppable Galaxy line, currently led by the superb Galaxy S3.
HTC is one of the companies that have opted for the Microsoft system and has developed several devices, including the HTC Windows Phone 8X. This is a terminal that will take full advantage of Windows Phone 8.
The HTC device, which has been seen in the presentation made by Microsoft, has a camera of 4.3 inch high definition. The Taiwanese company has used Gorilla Glass 2 technology to enhance the display and provide resistance to bumps and scratches.
As for other specifications, the HTC Windows Phone 8X boasts a Qualcomm S4 processor dual core 1 GHz and a RAM of 1 GB. It is a powerful processor, you can enjoy the full potential of Microsoft’s new system.
The HTC Windows Phone 8X has 16GB of storage, an 8 megapixel camera with auto focus and connection possibilities with NFC. It also has a battery of 1800 mAh and Beats Audio audio technology.