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Latest HTC Windows Phones and SIII Mini release dates

Come close. Closer. Closer still. Phew.. have you been eating onions? Anyway, we’ve got some news about the phones we’ve covered recently. First, the Android-powered Galaxy SIII Mini. The 4″ version of the SIII has a bit less power (dual core 1GHz CPU) and a slightly reduced camera …

Watch the HTC 8X and 8S Windows Phone event

The other day HTC held a press event with no live public feed. It meant that some of us only got to see bits and bobs from the event. Well for those that missed out HTC have published the event on their YouTube channel and here it is. …

Windows Phone 8X Pricing revealed

The Windows Phone 8X by HTC will be available everywhere pretty soon. Available in a range of colours, it has a dual-core 1.5GHz CPU and is powered by the all-new Windows Phone 8. The guys at Expansys have now announced pricing of the SIM-free model – a cool …

Three UK to stock HTC 8X and 8S

Today HTC announced two new smartphones, their first in the Windows Phone 8 range under the names 8X and 8S to partner their One X and One S Android brothers which were announced back at Mobile World Congress in February. And Three UK have come straight out and …

HTC discuss the design behind the 8X and 8S

This afternoon HTC have announced the 8X and 8S and boy do they look nice. My decision over which Windows Phone 8 device to get has just got a lot harder. To possibly help you HTC have posted a video about the design behind the new phones. Here …

Hands on with the new HTC Windows Phone 8 devices

Ben Rudolph (the “Smoked by Windows Phone” guy) from Microsoft has posted a hands on video of the HTC 8X and 8S. We’re probably going to have to wait a while before we actually see one ourselves, so in the meantime make do with this.

Announced: Windows Phone 8X by HTC – All the details

HTC have, if we’re honest, had a rough time of it recently. Today in New York it seems like there’s a new direction. HTC have suffered against the relentless and huge Samsung marketing budget. Not only that, but there’s now an endless supply of handsets with similar functionality. …