HTC and Microsoft in partnership to build Windows Phone 8 devices
| by Aaron Almeida |
Over the last few days, there has been a lot of talk surrounding HTC’s partnership with Microsoft and this fact was highlighted with HTC's absence when a range of Windows 8 tablets were recently announced at Computex 2012. Sources had informed a news publication that HTC would not develop Windows RT aka Windows 8 tablets as they have insufficient experience in making tablets. However, HTC later on replied to that post stating that they are committed to future versions of Microsoft's Windows Phone platform more than ever. With Microsoft recently announcing their latest smartphone platform, HTC has now reaffirmed their partnership with the brand and have issued a statement saying that they will introduce Windows Phone 8 handsets to the market later this year.
HTC set to roll out Windows Phone 8 handset later this year
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