HTC offers invites to Windows Phone software + services beta [Update]

While the likes of Dell and LG didn’t exactly go all-in with their Windows Phone efforts before abandoning the platform, HTC has been there since day one. With a range of devices – from the dramatically styled Mozart to the mighty Titan – HTC’s commitment to Windows Phone has been evident from the start, and many will undoubtedly be looking forward to the company’s next-generation devices, running the new version of the mobile OS.

As part of its ongoing efforts, the company is inviting users to join HTC elevate, to ‘see and experience the future of software and services for your HTC Windows Phone, today’.

The application process offers a little more detail on what it’s got lined up:

We’re offering an opportunity for you to collaborate directly with the team at HTC to help with innovation, feedback, advocacy, marketing and quality. We consider our community members an important part of the creative team, so your opinions and feedback will help shape the future of HTC products and services.”

If you fancy getting your paws on HTC’s newest apps and mobile services before anyone else, head over to the HTC elevate application site – but be quick… there’s only 200 places available!

Update: well that didn't take long, all slots are now full!

Source: Windows Phone Facebook

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HTC is the bees knees. Firstly, the One X is the sexiest phone on the market. Secondly, they is moving all production to democratic Taiwan. Thirdly, they stick it out with their long term partners instead of ditching them straight up. Finally, I saw HTC touch smart phones before the first iPhone was produced.

BTW, you can still get added to the waitlist. Here's the message, "We're sorry but the link you clicked on has reached capacity.

We'll let you know when we're ready for more people to join our community and you'll be contacted before anyone else."

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