That’s a great news for WP. A WiFi certification for HTC Windows Phone device. As you can see from the screenshot, the model number HTC6995LVW is included, that “VW” on the end of the name also likely stands for Verizon Wireless. Hopefully one day MS will be able to have one phone for all carriers.
Via: Alan Mendelevich (Twitter) , WMPoweruser
This is great news. HTC makes some very nice phones. High-end specs, looks amazing (especially with the cover), has 32GB and an SD card slot? That sounds like a dream come true. That edge to edge screen on the M8 is beautiful. I will admit the Lumia line has a large bezel problem. When might we expect to see something on Verizon Wireless website?
This is wonderful news a day depending on the camera it may be entry into WP. Just release a WP version of the One M8 and the Mini 2 HTC! That will open a lot of possibilities.
According to Tom Warren, “HTC is working on a Windows Phone version of the One. Should be out later this year”.
Source: Tom Warren (Twitter), The Verge, Via: PhoneArena
According to Alan (twitter), LG will be launch a 5-inch windows phone call D635. i hope this is more to come with the G3 specs crossing over to Windows Phone 8.1 Well, if it’s a flagship, I expect 1080p. The difference is there to see. But if it’s a mid-range, 720p is still acceptable. Help they better bring some gimmicky features or some of their own apps,better camera to compete with Lumia’s.
Source: Twitter Via: PhoneArena
The new T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 530 will be available later this year. The Lumia 521 has a dual core processor while the 530 has quad core and it’s clocked a bit higher. The 530 also has slightly better screen resolution and their GPU are almost the same (305 vs 302). Dedicated camera button and capacitive keys.
If they can get Windows Phone down to serve the same price points it would be good move. However, I have my doubts…Now cancel development of android apps on WP and instead pay developers to develop WP apps.
Microsoft’s devices group is planning to “shift our flagship engineering efforts towards new flagship products timed with the next release of Windows and Windows Phone,” meaning we’ll likely see even more high-end Windows Phones for the release of codename “Threshold” next year.