T-Mobile’s HTC Windows Phone 8X signup page goes live

It was just last week that HTC officially announced their Windows Phone 8X and Windows Phone 8S devices, but unfortunately much like Nokia’s announcement of their Windows Phone 8 range of Lumia handsets, an official release date is still in the wind. This is probably due to both companies waiting for Microsoft to officially release Windows Phone 8 before putting their products up for sale, and if HTC’s offerings have tempted you more than Nokia’s, T-Mobile has since launched a signup page on their website where you can drop your email so that the carrier will inform you when the HTC Windows Phone 8X goes on sale. We already knew that the 8X would be launched on T-Mobile, but we were just waiting on a release date. Hopefully this signup page is an indication that an official launch isn’t too far behind. Anyone planning on picking one of these up when it’s available?

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