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Sep 20, 2012

HTC Goes for Nokia’s Polycarbonate Design for Windows Phone 8

Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation will bring to the market at least two Windows Phone 8 handsets, both of which have been officially unveiled yesterday.

Both the Windows Phone 8X and the 8S sport the same colorful, polycarbonate design as Nokia has packed its Lumia smartphones with, though they feature a variety of unique elements as well. You can have a look at the video embedded above to learn more on the design principles behind HTC’s Windows Phone 8 devices.

According to some, the resemblance with Nokia’s handsets is too great. This YouTube user believes so – *though you should be warned of his use of explicit words. Not for the faint-hearted, that’s for sure. Of course, with the same UI on the display, Windows Phones do resemble a lot, but the choice of colors and outer design should differentiate devices from different vendors.

HTC designed the Windows Phone 8X and 8S to blend the virtual and the physical utilizing a three dimensional, unibody-style based on the Windows Phone Live Tiles.  These smartphones are perfectly sculpted with a dramatic taper making them feel thin in your hand. Learn more about these iconic phones at www.htc.com.
Video credits to HTC


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