Nothing to get you through the middle of the week like a solid deal on a solid smartphone. While Nokia may dominate the Windows Phone marketshare with nearly 90%, other OEMs like Samsung and HTC still have good handsets available for consumers. So here’s a deal on HTC’s best Windows Phone yet.
We’ve always been fans of the smaller profile the HTC 8X had compared to our Lumia 920. This deal gets you one for a low price. And if you’re still on Windows Phone 7.x, but wanted a cheaper way into a high-end Windows Phone 8 device this deal might be perfect for you.
Over at Dealfisher, they’re giving away an unlocked Verizon edition of the HTC 8X. It comes with 16GB of storage and should work on many GSM-based carriers. And since this is the Verizon version of the 8X, you’ll be getting wireless charging built-in compared to the 8X from other carriers. All for the price $179.99. That’s not bad when you consider the hardware.
Anybody thinking of picking up an extra Windows Phone 8 device for international travels should check this phone out. But you better hurry, the deal goes for another 6 hours.
Source: Dealfisher Via: slickdeals
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