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HTC One M8 Windows Phone pictures leak

Images of the claimed HTC One M8 for Windows have leaked, with the premium metal handset shown running Microsoft’s mobile OS.

With reports earlier this week claiming that the HTC One M8 would be given a Windows Phone themed makeover following the software’s update to Windows Phone 8.1, pictures of the handset have now appeared.

Surfacing courtesy of PCMag sources, the HTC One M8 for Windows handset was spotted on a Verizon holding page, suggesting that it could hit the American network in the near future.

Although HTC has yet to offer any formal indication that the HTC One M8 will be given a Windows refresh, the Taiwanese manufacturer has confirmed it will hold a mystery launch event in New York on August 19.

Unconfirmed reports have claimed this unveiling will be followed by a HTC One M8 for Windows release date on August 21.

Aside from its switch from Android to Windows, the new HTC One M8 for Windows will reportedly host the same premium array of specs, including a Snapdragon 801 processor, BoomSound speakers and a 4-ultrapixel rear-mounted camera.

It is currently unclear when or indeed if the HTC One M8 for Windows will hit the UK.

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