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T-Mobile Takes $50 off HTC One M8 and M8 Windows


News by Luke Jones on Thursday December 04, 2014.

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T-Mobile had some solid Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales this year so I imagine plenty of you got a bargain from the Magenta Network. The Uncarrier is not finished though as it has a deal that is running through the whole of the Holiday Season to the end of the year. Customers can now grab either the HTC One M8 or HTC One M8 for Windows at a cut price, with both losing $50 off their normal price.

Up front the two handsets are now available for $535, whereas they are normally priced at $585. You can also choose to pay for them over monthly payments, with T-Mo offering a $22.31 per month payment plan over two years. The company says that the offer is running for the nest 25 day, perfect if you want to get yourself an all metal flagship smartphone for Christmas.

The HTC One M8 is the Taiwanese company's latest smartphone flagship. It features one of the best designs on the market, with the build quality to match. It boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, a 5.2-inch 1080p display, and a load of other high end specs. It currently runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat, but will be getting Android 5.0 Lollipop sometime in January according to HTC.

The Windows version is exactly the same as the Android one except that it runs Microsoft's platform instead. It is arguably the only true flagship option on the WP platform, so if you are looking to get into Microsoft's ecosystem at the high end, this is your best and probably only viable option.

 
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