Recently the HTC One (M8) for Windows was spotted on T-Mobile’s online store. It was too early to celebrate its listing because at the time the handset was in the “coming soon” phase, and the listing didn’t mention exactly when customers will be able to get their hands on it. Now the situation has been cleared up. A tweet from the official T-Mobile account confirms that HTC One (M8) for Windows will be available for purchase starting tomorrow.

HTC One (M8) is regarded is one of the most beautiful and well built Android smartphones to emerge on the scene in 2014. It builds up on the achievements of HTC One (M7). The company decided to stick with the much appreciated full metal build and added even more power to the device to ensure that it could keep up with rivals.

We had heard a few months back that HTC could release a Windows Phone device based on the One (M8). It did just that and didn’t stray too much from the Android roots of this smartphone. Its essentially the same package that is being powered by Windows Phone instead of Android.

When this handset first appeared on T-Mobile’s online store its price was listed as $24.40 per month for 24 months on Magenta’s equipment installment plan. There’s good reason to believe that’s how much it will cost when you go ahead to purchase one tomorrow.

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