After months of leaks and rumors HTC has finally unveiled the HTC One for Windows. This a premium top-of-the line device with specs to match and its running the latest version of Windows Phone
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Verizon has jumped the gun again and has started posting promotional images of the HTC One with Windows Phone, a handset that's expected to be unveiled later on today at HTC's New York event.
HTC's long-rumored upcoming Windows Phone may be launching in many more markets than originally expected. There are some strong hints that the device may head to Europe in the near future.
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