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Htc still tripping samsung up in windows phone race

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Htc still tripping samsung up in windows phone race

Postby ananthapriya » Wed Jul 17, 2013 10:47 am

It is not clear that Samsung (005930) even cares — but HTC (2498) continues outmaneuvering its far bigger rival when it comes to Windows Phones. The budget HTC Windows Phone 8S is no available from UK operator Three starting at the notably low £17 per month contract price. This is about half of what the monthly contract price of Samsung’s ATIV S Windows Phone model is expected to cost in the UK. Once it finally arrives. Possibly during the last week of the year. There is no firm word on when ATIV S might arrive on AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ) at this point.
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Re: Htc still tripping samsung up in windows phone race

Postby lindybert » Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:44 am

When it comes to connectivity, this Windows phone model comes equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB connectivity capability. With its Wi-Fi, the model is able to allow the user go online when there is a Wi-Fi network available.
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Re: Htc still tripping samsung up in windows phone race

Postby aryshia » Tue Jan 06, 2015 7:45 am

I toyed around with one a couple months ago when my brother-in-law got one. I like the windows interface a lot, really is a change from the standard menu's you see on an iPhone or android phone. I personally wouldn't buy one, but that's just me. I agree that Windows has a bad track record, but their phones are actually quite good.
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