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HTC 8X vs One X, Windows Phone 8 Android melee

HTC 8X vs One X, Windows Phone 8 Android melee
News from Phones Review:

There are some great new and upcoming smartphones about at the moment from a wide choice of manufacturers although many device owners like to stay loyal to one maker. If you’re a fan of HTC devices then you may be particularly interested in today’s look at the HTC 8X vs. HTC One X in a Windows Phone 8 and Android melee. The 8X is due for release in November while the One X has already been available for some months, so let’s take a look at how they compare.

The HTC One X has been a successful Android phone for HTC but we recently discussed how many manufacturers are now looking for alternatives to the Android platform for its next devices. In October Microsoft will be launching the new Windows Phone 8 operating system and the just-announced HTC 8X is the signature handset for the new Windows Phone OS. Both are top-end flagship devices on their platforms and you may already know that you would choose an Android phone. However the new Windows Phone 8 OS is getting a lot of positive press so you may want to consider this alternative.

We’ll take a look at the key specs and features of each phone so starting with the

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New HTC phone will be sold without charger in bid to cut waste
News from Business Green:

A new flagship smartphone by Taiwanese phone company HTC will be sold without a charger in a pioneering bid to cut down on electronic waste.

Network operator O2, which will trial the pilot for the as-yet unnamed phone, estimates that of the 30m new phones sold annually in the UK, 70 per cent of their buyers already have a compatible charger for the handset. The company has previously said it will phase out new chargers with handsets sold in 2015.

The reference to a “flagship” HTC phone – expected to be unveiled shortly and heavily anticipated by the technology press – suggests the handset could be a five-inch version of HTC’s existing high-profile One X smartphone.

Three years ago, 10 major phone makers including Apple, Nokia and Samsung committed to a voluntary agreement to work towards a universal charger based on a micro USB connector, in an effort to reduce unnecessary waste. But no such universal charger has been settled on, and Apple appears to have backtracked on the idea with the introduction earlier this month of a

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