Months ago, we heard of HTC planning to make a Windows Phone 8 version of their flagship the HTC One. We thought the rumours died down, but now they’re back. According to a report, the device will sport a 4.7-inch full HD screen, 2GB of RAM, and will be powered by Windows Phone 8 GDR3.
The news comes to us courtesy of Windows Phone Blogging. According to the blog, “Back in June, Neowin reported such a phone might be in the pipeline and said it would have a 4 to 5 in display, Beats Audio and the Windows Phone GDR3 update.
“Now, one of my good sources with ties to HTC provided me with some additional information.
“The device will be released in the October-November timeframe, will sport a 4.7″ Super LCD3 1080p display, 2 GB of memory, 32 GB of storage and Windows Phone 8 GDR3.
“I wasn’t able to get the processor type for the new flagship, which is one of the components that will see major benefits from the OS update, allowing the OEM’s to deploy the latest chipsets with more power.”
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