HTC is gearing up to launch their latest flagship device, the HTC One M10, in the coming weeks. The company has posted a number of teasers in the past few days.
According to the prolific Evan Blass aka @evleaks, the Taiwanese company won’t launch a Windows 10 Mobile powered version of their upcoming HTC One M10.
Back in 2014, HTC introduced the metal clad HTC One M8, and later, the company also launch a Windows Phone version of the handset with the same specifications and design. The trend didn’t continue much longer as the company didn’t announce the Windows Phone version of their last year’s flagship, and it seems they are going to continue with it — no Windows Phone powered HTC One M10.
So, it appears that the Taiwanese company will continue to adopt Android as the operating system on their handset, which may not be a very good thing for the folks at Microsoft as there are hardly any key player in the market adopting their new Windows 10 Mobile operating system. But for HTC, it may turn out to be a good decision as Android is far more popular than Microsoft’s operating system.
We’ll update you as soon as we hear anything more.
Source: @evleaksFiled Under: Mobile Phone News