Sprint Finally Commits To Windows Phone 8

Sprint Finally Commits To Windows Phone 8

Microsoft’s latest and greatest mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8 (WP8), was released late last year. While WP8-powered handsets are already available from AT&T and Verizon, Sprint has not supported any as of yet. However, earlier today, Sprint announced they will begin selling WP8 phones this summer. Ironically, the new smartphones will not be made by Microsoft’s much touted partner Nokia. Instead, Sprint has opted to go with HTC and Samsung for their WP8 products. Surprised?

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