HTC One M8 for Windows will land at T-Mobile this fall
It came as a bit of a surprise when Microsoft and HTC announced a cloned version of the One M8 handset running Windows Phone 8.1 software. After all, it's HTC's flagship Android smartphone, and by porting it over to Windows Phone 8.1, HTC claims it marks the first time that an iconic flagship device has been offered on multiple operating systems. But what about multiple carriers? Well, you can add T-Mobile to the list of wireless carriers getting the One M8 for Windows.
"The rumors are true. HTC One M8 for Windows is coming this fall," T-Mobile posted to Twitter.
T-Mobile didn't offer up a specific release date or pricing information, though with wireless carriers currently engaged in a price war of sorts (it's more of a data war with increasing data caps), especially T-Mobile and Sprint, things could get interesting by the time fall is in full effect. In the meantime, you can pre-register here.
As for other carriers, AT&T also recently confirmed it's getting the One M8 for Windows, however like T-Mobile, AT&T didn't announce specific pricing and availability.
For now, Verizon is the exclusive carrier of the ported device, which it's selling for $100 with a two-year service agreement, or $30 per month via Verizon's Edge program.