In late June, The Verge came into possession of information concerning the future terminals Windows Phone 8 from HTC. Of the three models, two models were expected in October, specifically the entry-level Rio and intermediate-range Accord, top model Zenith will be displayed until the end of the year.
According to new figures, at least one of these models, Accord, will be released on September 18. Will be called HTC 8X, the phone is a top model in the intermediate range, similar in position and specifications of the new Nokia Lumia 820.
HTC Accord platform will be based on a dual-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, most likely a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 solution, and provide a screen of 4.3″ with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels and S-LCD2 panel. It will provide a memory capacity of 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, MicroSD slot, camera with aperture f/2.0 28mm lens and 1080p recording, front camera, Beats audio processing and NFC.
The launch of the phone is expected on September 19 in New York, when HTC will hold a press event, but the terminal is already in testing for quite some time and it would be available quite soon around the world. HTC will become the third largest producer of mobile terminals to announce a Windows Phone 8 product after Samsung and Nokia.