AT&T launches HTC Desire Eye, One (M8) For Windows and Nokia Lumia 830
HTC has announced a trio of high-end smartphones that will start selling on the United States carrier come this weekend. AT&T has a Nokia Lumia and three HTC devices in it’s goody bag that will be unwrapped on Friday (7th November).
Nokia Lumia 830
Firstly, the Microsoft smartphone will be available on AT&T at a lowly price of $450 off contract. If you think the price isn’t subsidized enough, you can purchase a two-year locked Lumia 830 for an initial payment of $100. Also, the Windows Phone 8.1-powered smartphone is available in AT&T’s Next 12 and Next 18 plans for $22.50 and $18.75 per month respectively.
HTC One (M8) For Windows
HTC One (M8) For Windows is for people who love the HTC One (M8) with in a whole new ecosystem — away from Google’s Android. The Window Phone 8.1-powered device is available off-contract for $670 while a two-year contract sets you back $200. The phone is also available on the Next 12 and Next 18 packages for $33.60/month and $27.92/month.
HTC Desire Eye & Re Camera
Also, the HTC Desire Eye will be unleashed by the mobile network operator on Friday. The selfie camera-centric smartphone is priced $549.99 unlocked and $149.99 on a 2-year contract. A 20-month installmental package is also available at $27.50/month or you can choose to pay over 24 months for $22.92.
AT&T is also offering the HTC RE Camera. A little weird water-proof device that allows you to take high quality pictures and record videos on it’s own. The device will cost $149 when purchased with the HTC Desire Eye or you’ll have to pay $199 when bought on a standalone purchase.
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