HTC News Byte: Nokia Smartphone Chief Jo Harlow on Why Carrier Exclusives Still Make Sense

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HTC News Byte: Nokia Smartphone Chief Jo Harlow on Why Carrier Exclusives Still Make Sense

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HTC News Byte: Nokia Smartphone Chief Jo Harlow on Why Carrier Exclusives Still Make Sense

by Wochit 0:57 mins

While other flagship models like the iPhone, Galaxy S4 and HTC One are made available across multiple carriers, Nokia is taking a different approach in the U.S. market. The HTC One hasn't been out long, but there are already rumors of a successor in the wings. The smartphone has only been on sale for a few months, but a new version of it is rumored to be coming before year's end. There are also rumors of a plastic version of the currently metal-shelled HTC One. Sprint announced the upcoming availability of the HTC 8XT, the carrier's first Windows Phone 8 device. Sprint will launch the HTC 8XT on July 19th for $99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and new two-year agreement.

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