HTC Zenith, Accord and Rio are Windows Phone 8 devices, rumoured to launch as early as October


  • zzzZZZZzz

    I’ll give the Accord a try, but quadcore W8 phone?! Hope it does come out 🙂

    • Anthony

      Me too, 4.3 inch 720p screen is the perfect size-resolution ratio for me!

    • MoneyPenny

      Looks like they learned the Sony, Nokia-lesson and will offer SD support!

      Now if they have AT LEAST a 1500mAh battery they will sell fine and will have no trouble filling the Nokia-RIM.
      As long they they don’t add up the pride of RIM and NOKIA together and price their NEW, phones with a NEW Ecosystem as something as established as Android or iOs, they will sell well.

    • WP8 = Too little, too late.


  • Sean

    What about LTE I would assume the devices would include I t

    • Anthony

      Yes the higher end ones would almost 100% have LTE. What the Verge got from their tipster was regarding the international versions, which don’t have LTE. The national carriers (AT&T, Rogers, etc) will add in LTE with their correct frequencies when it gets released.

    • monsterduc1000

      No LTE? Pass on this.

  • gwydionjhr

    For some reason, ZTE is MIA for building a WP8 device.

  • HerpDerp

    1280×768 AND 1280×720?


  • Brad F

    Super LCD 2? Finally! So much better than the PenTile AMOLED screens we’ve been seeing lately.

  • boojay

    I find it amusing that HTC assumes “flagship” means the device needs to be a tablet.

  • lilsuzy

    bold 9700 still has the specs to beat any new device including the windows 8 phone. bold 9700 uses special RIM processer which is really fast!

  • Tomatoes

    Hmmm that sounds quite good although so did the One X and that sucked. The 4.3 inch 720p sounds right up my alley though. Oh well. I can’t buy another phone for awhile and not sold on Windows phone yet. Although they sold me on the surface tablet.

  • Tomatoes

    I have a feeling HTC is going to concentrate more on Windows now unless the One series sells a lot.

  • aregularonhofo

    My Lumia 710 will do until the new Nokia 8’s come out…with regular updates unlike many Androids I have time.

  • SetZ

    Tbh, personally I prefer a 4.3 screen size even if it’s for a flagship device, not too small or not too big. 4.7 is just a bit too big for a phone.

  • John

    im wondering if i shud get the one s or wait for this