Sprint's HTC 8XT may no longer be on sale but the handset is still set to receive at least one major upgrade still. According to HTC the handset will see the Windows Phone 8.1 update this month.
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Sprint has officially stopped selling Windows Phones but the carrier says they are committed to the platform and will have new devices in the near future, though no exact timeframe was given
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.
Samsung has already made drastic price cuts on its two new Windows Phone 8 devices, the Samsung ATIV S Neo and the HTC 8XT, just a few weeks after they were launched.
As promised, Sprint has started selling its first Windows Phone 8 smartphone, the HTC 8XT, for $99.99 with a new two year contract and after a $50 mail-in rebate.
Sprint has announced its first Windows Phone 8 device to go on sale will be the HTC 8XT and it will be available to purchase July 19th for $99.99 for a new two year contract and after a $50 rebate.