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article imageHTC8XT becomes Sprint's first Windows Phone 8 device

By Milton Este     Jul 21, 2013 in Technology
While HTC is best known for their Android One line, they have not forgotten about Windows Phone 8 users. The HTC 8X line, or more specifically, the 8XT model can now be found on mobile carrier Sprint's website.
The HTC 8XT is now available on Sprint Mobile as of July 19, 2013. It is currently listed at a price of $99.99 on a two year contract. However, there is one catch: the phone was originally listed at $399.99, but Sprint provides an instant savings to cut the price down by $250. The other $50 discount is actually a mail-in rebate via a reward card.
Taking a brief look at the terms, the line must be active for 30 days and the rebate process can take up to eight weeks. For those that simply do not want to wait, it is possible to simply pay the full price of $149.99 all together.
This phone does support Sprint's LTE network, but doubling it as a mobile hotspot is a separate plan and may carry an additional fee. However, this phone does not qualify for the Sprint Zone, Direct Connect, and Sprint ID features.
The basic specifications on this phone is very similar to the other 8X models. It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1.4GHz dual-core CPUs. It comes with a 1GB memory and internal 8GB storage capacity. Users do have the option of expanding the storage capacity via a microSD card. The 8XT features a 4.3 inch screen capable of capturing videos in 1080p. With all, it runs on a 1,800 mAH lithium-ion battery.
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