Pricing and availability of the smartphone for AT&T are yet to be announced. However, the wireless carrier already has a dedicated sign up page for the overly anxious potential users, willing to get their hands on the device.
Expanded availability of the HTC One (M8) for Windows should hardly catch anyone by surprise. The device is also all but certain to make an international debut as well – it recently appeared on a Dutch carrier’s website.
Haha thousand? You need a hardrive pal
That would be nice and even keep the same call logs and text messages and app data. That would be cool. Maybe some one will find a way on the Android version
I don't need thousands of apps installed on my phone as long as I have all the apps I need. There is much more to a phone than just apps. Windows Phone by a long shot is way more stable than any Android phone I've had, including stock Android (Nexus ...