HTC may revive Windows Phone support

Image via teletimsinternational.comLast week it was revealed that HTC could be getting back into its partnership with Microsoft, to offer a mobile running the Windows Phone 8.1 operating system, according to sources and leaked images reported on by PCMag.

The Android-based HTC One M8 is apparently going to be adapted to run Windows Phone, retaining all of its existing hardware credentials but moving away from Google’s OS, in favour of a rising rival.

The One M8 is one of the most powerful mobiles around at the moment, sporting a 5.0 inch 1080p screen and a Snapdragon 801 processor with four physical cores and 2GB of RAM to back it up. And while Windows Phone has similarly impressive specs available, courtesy of the Nokia Lumia 930, it will be good to see HTC entering the fray because of its focus on top tier design and materials in the construction of its phones.

The all-metal One M8 has received rave reviews, not just because of how well it is put together. So if HTC can apply its award-winning knowhow to Windows Phone 8.1, it could be a great combination that bolsters Microsoft?s position in the market even further.

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