Newsbrief by Dan Seifert on Sunday February 26, 2012.
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Though HTC's announcements here at Mobile World Congress have been all about Android, the company still has Windows Phone on its radar. During an interview with MobileBurn, HTC chief product manager Kouji Kodera said that HTC plans to release new Windows Phone devices when Microsoft releases the next version of its platform, code-named Apollo, later this year. Kodera said that HTC has not decided on the branding for the new Windows Phone devices yet, so we don't know if they will be part of the newly-announced One line of smartphones or something else. The HTC Titan II LTE Windows Phone was announced for AT&T back at CES 2012, though it is likely that the new Windows Phone devices will be different from what we have seen thus far. HTC also noted that it intends to bring the Titan II to other LTE markets across the world later this year.source: HTC