Sprint did make an earlier announcement that they would deliver at least one smartphone or tablet that will run on Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 platform later this year, where they also promised that the first batch of Windows Phone handsets would arrive from the likes of Samsung and HTC. Of course, these ought to be the Samsung Ativ S and the HTC Tiara, where the latter has yet to be confirmed on an official basis. Well, things could change pretty soon, since a smartphone known as the HTC PO88100 has just passed through the FCC with flying colors, and to see it feature CDMA and Sprint-specific LTE connectivity, it could very well be the elusive HTC Tiara.
Word has it that the HTC Tiara will feature a 4.3” WVGA display, NFC support, an 8-megapixel rear camera, 1GB RAM, and a dual-core 1.2GHz processor. As for the ZTE N8910, it was originally known as the ZTE Quantum before carrying another name as the ZTE Vital, where it too, has picked up FCC approval, which means it ought to hit the market in due time, too. Which handset are you looking forward to more?
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