Posts Tagged ‘HTC 8X’

Anyone who’s ever purchased a stock device – computer, notebook or cell phone – from any OEM, is bound to have come across bloatware. Essentially, this is bundled software that the manufacturer chooses to incorporate within the device for certain purposes; sometimes, the software may be useful in some cases. Either way, bloatware isn’t something that’s usually welcomed by end users, because they’d, for the most part, make the device slower, underperform, and take up unnecessary resources on your device.

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The release of Windows Phone 8, and all the associated products and gadgets therein, has always seemed like a long way away, but with October now upon us, we’re just a couple of weeks away from the big launch, and if you’ve been looking forward to owning one of the first Windows Phone 8 handsets, your wait is almost over. Today, the HTC 8X has been spotted in the wild – just a week after the highly-anticipated Lumia 920 was also spotted out and about – and the world gets its first glimpse at the Taiwanese company’s Windows Phone 8 effort courtesy of some testing done on the streets of San Francisco.

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HTC has made its 8X and and 8S Windows Phone announcement video available to stream online as of right now. We love to see new technology announced here at Redmond Pie, and we love to watch it happen in glorious, streaming video. If we can’t see it live though, just seeing it at all is a bonus. That’s why we like to see companies release their own videos after announcing their products, and that’s exactly what HTC has done today.

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We’ve seen a great amount of exciting new smartphones unveiled this month. From the Motorola DROID RAZR M / HD / i, Nokia Lumia 920, iPhone 5, to today’s announcement of HTC’s answer(s) to the new Window Phone offerings from Nokia and Samsung. Yes, HTC has unveiled two exciting all-new smartphones based on Windows Phone 8 – the 8X and the 8S. Check out the details after the jump.

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Even though the smartphone industry is always bubbling away nicely with plenty of issues and controversies, there has been little to talk about in the last few months about the things that really matter. Putting the court cases, internal disputes and platform arguments aside, the thing that consumers really care about is the hardware and software that is being developed to offer the maximum power and choice to purchasers. After all, the ones who buy and use the products are the people who actually matter the most in any industry.

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