Recently, Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation announced the launch of their first handset to sport Beats Audio, the Android-based HTC Sensation XE, and it seems that the company is already considering the inclusion of this feature inside more devices.
Among them, we should see Windows Phone handsets as well, the company has confirmed recently.
For the time being, however, no specific info on when that might happen has been unveiled, though the handset vendor will certainly announce more on the matter in the near future.
What is certain at the moment is that the company is working with Beats on enabling the feature inside handsets that run under Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system as well, at least this is what SlashGear reports.
No details on the handset/handsets that should arrive on shelves from HTC with both Beats Audio and Windows Phone on board have been announced either, and it remains to be seen whether the company will release them as successors for the already existing phones, or as completely new devices.
Roughly three weeks ago, HTC went official with two new Windows Phones, the HTC Radar and the HTC TITAN, both of which run under Mango, the new OS flavor from Microsoft.
Chances are that the handset vendor will make a similar move with its Windows Phone device with Beats Audio, though it remains to be seen whether that will happen with the high-end TITAN or with the more affordable Radar.
The first smartphone from HTC with Beats Audio, namely Sensation XE, is expected to arrive on shelves with Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board as soon as next month.
The mobile phone was designed from the ground up with Beats Audio, and also features a special set of headphones, HTC unveiled. Rumor has it that the phone maker is already considering the release of a successor for it, but nothing has been confirmed on this for the time being.