News by Luke Jones on Tuesday November 18, 2014.
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HTC's One M8 landed on Windows a couple of months back and was limited to just Verizon at first. At the start of this month the device made an appearance on T-Mobile's website and the carrier said that the smartphone flagship was "coming soon" and was not yet ready for roll out. Well, the good news is that the One M8 for Windows Phone is now ready to go and will be available from tomorrow.The HTC One M8 for Windows Phone is now available for Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile, giving Microsoft's mobile platform a true bon-a-fide marquee handset that is widely available. T-Mobile confirmed via Twitter that the device would be arriving on its network from Wednesday and it will cost $585.60 upfront or $24.40 over two years on a deal. The handset has the same specs as its Android stable mate that means there will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 with 2GB of RAM, a 1080p screen, and the 4 megapixel Ultra lens on the back along with dual camera. That hardware will make the HTC One Windows arguably the best performing smartphone on the platform, while it will probably be the best looking too.
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