HTC’s Windows Phone 8S to Land at WIND, Mobilicity and Koodo Soon

HTC Canada is already teasing the handset’s arrival at these carriers

By on January 22nd, 2013 18:51 GMT

HTC appears set to provide more users around the world with the possibility to enjoy the features and capabilities of its Windows Phone 8S smartphone, and has started teasing the device as coming soon to various carriers in Canada.

On HTC’s Canadian website, users can now see the phone as set to land on shelves at WIND, Mobilicity and Koodo in the near future, although no specific release date has been provided as of now.

However, as MobileSyrup notes, WIND has already teased the upcoming availability of a Windows Phone 8 handset on its network, and Koodo has started employee training on Microsoft’s latest mobile OS flavor, which suggests that it might not be too long before the smartphone is put up for sale.

HTC Canada's website is currently teasing the smartphone as set to land at these carriers all dressed up in Blue. However, specific details on the launch have yet to be officially unveiled.

For those out of the loop, we should note that the smartphone was made official with a 4-inch screen capable of delivering a WVGA resolution, as well as with a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.

The handset also sports 512 MB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, and a microSD memory card slot for additional storage space.

On the back, it packs a 5-megapixel photo snapper, with LED flash and support for HD video recording. It also comes with built-in Beats Audio technology, which should provide users with a great audio experience.

“Exclusive Beats Audio built-in serves up immersive, studio-quality sound for all your entertainment. Plus, a physical camera button lets you instantly point, shoot and share while a free SkyDrive account means that wherever you go, so does your content,” HTC notes.

“The smartphone to match your life at work and play. Our unique design immediately sets you apart in a sea of smartphones with playful, brightly colored devices that look as if they’ve been dipped in a bucket of paint.”

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