PhoneArena has been quite accurate lately with their Windows Phone 8-related rumors, correctly showing us leaked photos of the HTC 8X before it was announced a few days ago. Now, they've managed to obtain part of Verizon's line-up for the upcoming months, and apart from listing numerous Android devices it states that three flagship Windows Phones are coming to the carrier, confirming previous thoughts.
Of course as the title of this article says, we're talking about the Nokia Lumia 920, the Windows Phone 8X by HTC and the Samsung ATIV S - all the flagship Windows Phone 8 devices from the respective manufacturers. Assuming these devices utilize Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 dual-core chipset, LTE will be available in all of these devices on Verizon's expansive network.
The leaked roadmap states that the devices will be launched sometime in November, with a good chance being that these devices will launch just days after Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 release in the last week of October. The news that new Windows Phones are coming to Verizon is great news for those who swear by the carrier, as previously WP fans have been restricted to just the aging HTC Trophy.