Verizon has just posted what was tacitly known already: Tomorrow, new Windows Phone 8 devices will finally go on sale in stores and online.
We reported last night how pre-order shipments had already left their facilities, heading to people's homes for delivery tomorrow. Now, Verizon Wireless has posted that the HTC 8X and Nokia Lumia 822 will both be available in stores tomorrow for immediate purchase. Of course like all releases, they are caveats: the grey Lumia 822 and red 8X will only be available online...
The HTC 8X on Verizon (in California Blue and harder to find Red) comes with 16GB of memory and wireless charging--a first for that design and unique to Verizon. It will go for $199 on a 2 year contract.
The Nokia Lumia 822 with 16GB of storage with microSD expansion (64GB cards supported), wireless charging and a removable 1800 mAh battery for $150 with a $50 mail-in-rebate.
The big question for our Verizon folks will be which one are you getting tomorrow? Take our poll and let us know.
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