HTC One with Windows Phone Leaked by Verizon
An image has been found on public Verizon Wireless web servers that appears to show an HTC phone running Windows Phone. The phone appears almost identical to the One (M8), HTC's current flagship phone with a curved metal body. Unsurprisingly, the screen shows an LTE indicator and Cortana, the voice assistant feature in the just-released 8.1 version of Windows Phone. No further details have been confirmed.
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