AT&T is expanding its lineup with the latest HTC devices, as the One M8 for Windows, Desire EYE, and RE camera will hit its network on Nov. 7.
All of these three devices have stirred lots of interest since their debut, and AT&T is ready to jump on board and make them available later this week.
Starting on Friday, Nov. 7, the HTC One M8 for Windows, the HTC Desire EYE, and the HTC RE camera will be available from AT&T both online and in physical retail stores, with various pricing options.
HTC One M8 for Windows
The Windows Phone-powered version of the popular HTC One M8 originally launched as an exclusive to Verizon Wireless, but the handset is now ready to shed that exclusivity and widen its availability. AT&T will be offering the HTC One M8 for Windows starting on Friday, Nov. 7, for $200 when agreeing to sign a two-year service agreement, or $670 outright, without a contract. The handset will also be available on monthly installment plans with $0 down, followed by either 18 monthly payments of $27.92 with AT&T Next 18 or 12 monthly payments of $33.60 with AT&T Next 12.
HTC Desire EYE
The recently-announced HTC Desire EYE, meanwhile, will make its debut exclusively on AT&T's network, coming in at $150 with a two-year service agreement or $550 outright, without a contract. Monthly installment plans are also available, offering the Desire EYE for $0 down and $22.92 per month with AT&T Next 18, or $27.50 per month with AT&T Next 12.
HTC RE camera
AT&T will also start selling the HTC RE action camera on Friday, Nov. 7, offering the device for $200 outright. The carrier also has a special offer in place, slashing $50 off the price of the HTC RE camera when purchasing the HTC Desire EYE with a Next installment plan or a two-year contract.
With the addition of these three new HTC devices, AT&T's portfolio will be significantly more attractive. The HTC One M8 for Windows packs the same top-notch specs, features, and design of its Android counterpart, but offers it all on Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, complete with Cortana. The HTC Desire EYE is a selfie-optimized smartphone with high-end specs and 13-megapixel cameras on both its front and back, and comes with the new HTC EYE Experience that aims to take smartphone photography to the next level. Lastly, the odd-looking HTC RE camera comes as a GoPro competitor, sporting a 16-megapixel sensor, 1080p video recording capabilities, and water resistance, among other things.
For more details regarding the launch of the HTC One M8 for Windows on AT&T, check out the carrier's press release at this link. For more information on the HTC Desire EYE and RE camera, find the press release here.