We've heard about the Verizon-bound HTC W8 recently with a teaser from leakster Evleaks, but the renown tech Twitter profile has released some more details on what we can expect to see from a W8 Windows Phone from HTC. If the report holds out and we see HTC launch a new Windows Phone matching reports, we're in for quite the unique setup.
Evleaks notes that the product will be running Windows Phone 8.1, but will be based on the rumored HTC A9. Also, it's stated that the manufacturer will bring across BoomSound and Duo cameras across from Android. The former provides better sound quality (and louder results) from the smartphone and the duo cameras allow for "DSLR-like" shots.
When can we expect to see the HTC W8 be announced? Evleaks points to Q3, so we'll have to look out for further details as the year flies by.
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