We previously covered UK retailer Unlocked Mobiles who has the HTC 8X listed for just £399. Now we've got Amazon UK who has published the product page for the recently announced Windows Phone, and the price tag is a steep one - £531.43 (SIM-free).
We're yet to see final pricing which will be available near or after Windows Phone 8 launches and the new Apollo hardware is released to consumers, but at least we can have an idea as to what we'll be looking at in the near future. The product page also states November 8, 2012 as the release date.
This is of course subject to change and nothing is concrete, so take this how you will. But a question can be put forward - what do you make of Amazon's price tag? Would you part with this much hard earned cash for the 8X? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Source: Amazon; thanks, Stevanto, for the tip!
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