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HTC Windows Phone 8X for AT&T: what’s different?

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HTC 8X for AT&T what's different

We recently reviewed the global (HSPA+) version of HTC’s Windows Phone 8X, the first handset to cross our desks running Microsoft’s newly minted mobile OS. Starting today you’ll be able to purchase HTC’s 8X for AT&T, which features the same exquisite design but adds LTE and a dash of carrier flavor. Pricing with a two-year commitment is $100 for the 8GB model (available in California Blue and Limelight Yellow) and $200 for the 16GB version (blue only) — in comparison, the global (HSPA+) phone sells for about £350 ($560) unsubsidized and unlocked. We spent a few days with the 8X for AT&T and while it’s pretty much identical to its global sibling, there are a few differences worth mentioning. Hit the break to find out more.

Gallery: HTC Windows Phone 8X review (AT&T model)

Gallery: HTC Windows Phone 8X review

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Filed under: Cellphones, Mobile, Microsoft, HTC, AT&T

HTC Windows Phone 8X for AT&T: what’s different? originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 09 Nov 2012 12:05:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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