Windows 8 mobile phones unveiled by HTC

HTC has unveiled its first mobile phones for use with the Windows 8 operating system.
The manufacturer revealed its new Windows Phone 8X and 8S will team the new setup with improved camera capabilities, studio-quality sound through its Beats Audio feature and an iconic design.
Steve Ballmer, chief executive officer at Microsoft, said the pairing of his brand with the new Windows Phone 8X and 8S represents a significant milestone for the two companies.
Mr Ballmer stated: “Together we are offering customers a clear choice and a truly unique experience. I’m thrilled to take our longstanding partnership to the next level.”
Peter Chou, chief executive officer of HTC Corporation, noted the collaboration will enable HTC to give the Windows platform the personality it deserves.
He explained the Windows Phone is currently one of the best mobile ecosystems, which is providing competition to all other smartphone platforms across the globe.
The Windows Phone 8X is available in a number of bold colours, including Flame Red, California Blue, Limelight Yellow and Graphite Black, while the 8S version can be picked up in Fiesta Red, Domino, High-Rise Gray and Atlantic Blue.