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Owners of Verizon's HTC Windows Phone 8X will begin receiving the Windows Phone 8.1 Update sometime in late October, according to a tweet from the company's official Twitter account.
HTC devices haven't received the Windows Phone Update 1 Developer Preview. Going by what HTC is saying, it seems to be dropping support for the low-end 8S, with the device no longer receiving updates
HTC Windows Phone users have a bit of good news coming their way as handsets updated to GDR3 now support powered-off charging, a widely requested feature that been curiously absent from Windows Phone.
HTC 8X users had reported their phones being locked up after receiving the Windows Phone General Distribution Release (GDR2) update, an update is being pushed out that appears to resolve the issue.
Having taken the plunge with Windows Phone, Max Slater-Robins looks at the pros and cons from the perspective of someone who uses Apple products on a daily bases. Here is what he found.
Vodafone UK has just announced on their official blog they will launch five Windows Phone 8 devices in the following days. Vodafone is hitting all price points by carrying all these phones.
Microsoft's first update to Windows Phone 8, codenamed "Portico", is now rolling out over-the-air to users of both the AT&T HTC Windows Phone 8X and the T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 810
The Windows Phone 8X by HTC has been out for a few months now, and while my experience using the device has been mostly positive, there are some improvements that could have been made
Just how reliable are the Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC Windows Phone 8X when you're out in the Australian wilderness? I recently went camping to find out whether they're worth bringing along
A new reports shows that Windows Phone has been steadily gaining marketshare across most regions. Europe seems to be leading the #switch while the US is lagging behind with only marginal increases.
Sometimes you just can't be bothered reading a mammoth review of a new smartphone, and that's why we've compiled a video review of the HTC Windows Phone 8X. Check out the phone and WP8 in action
And so starts a new era of Windows Phones for Microsoft and their OEM partners. First up, we're looking at HTC's brand spanking new and beautifully crafted WP8 flagship: the Windows Phone 8X
It's about time someone at Neowin got their hands on a Windows Phone 8 device, isn't it? Well the HTC Windows Phone 8X has finally landed in the Neowin offices, and we unbox it
Verizon has finally confirmed that wireless charging will be available exclusively in their variant of the Windows Phone 8X by HTC, and pre-orders for it will start on November 9th at 1AM
Windows Phone 8 brings full support for Near Field Communication ( NFC) and with it you can do some really cool stuff. This video shows off NFC sharing between a Windows Phone and an Android phone.
According to a leaked image HTC's flaghship Windows Phone device, the 8X will be available for preorder from Best Buy on October 21st. No price or carriers have been oficially announced yet.
Thanks to anonymous tipsters, the pricing for the HTC Windows Phone 8X has been revealed on Three UK. The device will retail for £349.99 on a pay-as-you-go plan, cheaper than Amazon UK's price
A leaked roadmap from the United States' largest mobile carrier, Verizon, states that they will be offering the Nokia Lumia 920, HTC 8X and Samsung ATIV S sometime in Novemeber
Ahead of their expected debut on September 19, the names of HTC's new Windows Phone 8 devices have apparently been revealed, mirroring the nomenclature of the company's 'One' range of Android phones.