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HTC Windows Phone 8S – Technical Specifications And Links

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HTC Windows Phone 8S – Technical Specifications And Links To Resources


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HTC’s value fighter
The HTC Windows Phone 8S ups the ante in the value for money smart phone battle. For HTC and Microsoft, it is a lower-end iphone challenger, and comes with Beats Audio™ built-in. This sound-enhancement promises a deeper base, crisper vocals and detailed high notes on games, movies and music. One clever feature is a physical camera button, accessible even with a locked screen, and allowing an instant point and shoot.
• Windows Phone 8 OS
• 5 megapixel camera (2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash)
• Corning gorilla glass, 480 x 800 pixels, 100mm S-LCD capacitive touchscreen

Features
• ‘Live Tiles’ which provides for ready personalisation
• Beats Audio™ - sound enhancement
• Microsoft SkyDrive – 7G of free, simple online access to all your files
• Physical camera button – instant shooting, no fumbling to crank up your camera

Specs
• Battery (estimated) – 16 hours talk time, 22.7 days standby/standard battery, Li-Po 1700mAh
• Memory – 4GB internal (1GB Available), microSD up to 32GB
• Weight – 113g
• Size – 120mm high/63mm wide/10.28mm deep
• Screen – 100mm diagonal

Content Note: This post has been enabled by Telecom NZ , but the thoughts are the blogger's own. Find out more about the Nokia Lumia 920 here you can find our more about Windows 8 on the Telecom Network here. Scoop TechLab is a project of Scoop Independent Media www.scoop.co.nz. It is edited by Scoop Editor Alastair Thompson.

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