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HTC is reported to be preparing for a September launching of the HTC Windows Phone 8 devices. According to reliable sources, the company is gearing up three of its handset to be revealed on the third week of September. The date which will be a couple of weeks after September 5, the date Nokia and Microsoft intends to launch their first Windows Phone 8 devices.
HTC as the Second Manufacturer to Launch Windows Phone 8 Handsets
With unofficial reports on the September release of the HTC Windows Phone 8 devices, the company is now the second mobile phone maker to jump on the wagon, next to Nokia.
Three HTC Windows Phone 8 Devices
Despite the lack of more details about the exact date of the release of the HTC Windows Phone 8 devices, there are more convincing reports like the name of the three HTC devices to be launched with the Windows Phone 8 OS.
These HTC Windows Phone 8 devices are the HTC Zenith, the HTC Rio and the HTC Accord. HTC Zenith looks like the main devices because it has a larger display at 4.7”. It also comes with an 8MP sensor camera and a Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon processor.
The HTC Rio and HTC Accord, on the other hand, should not be snubbed. HTC Accord will come with a display size of 4.3”, also with an 8MP sensor camera as well as a Qualcomm dual-core processor. HTC Rio will feature a WGA display of 4” with 5MP camera and S4+ Snapdragon processor.
Aside from the reports of these three HTC Windows Phone devices and the rumored September release, little else has been revealed about the other plans of the company. Aside may be for the announcement to be made in one of the key cities in the world. People are speculating between New York and London for the release city of the HTC Windows Phone 8 devices.