The cat's out of the bag, it seems. Just days after we received leaked details of HTC's One (M8) for Windows, Verizon has posted a picture on its web servers (still available as I write) that confirms the smartphone's existence. The device is largely what we expected; it's a straightforward adaptation of the Android-based One for Windows Phone 8.1, complete with custom camera features and TV remote control. There aren't many other clues, although WPCentral has heard that Verizon will carry the handset on August 21st following an already announced HTC event on August 19th. That makes sense, especially since the image not-so-coincidentally shows Friday the 22nd on the calendar -- a day after the rumored release.
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