HTC has now announced that it will be launching its latest Android smartphone and two Windows Phone 8-based handsets in China this December, which are so called the new HTC J Butterfly purely an Android-powered smartphone and HTC Windows Phone 8X and Windows Phone 8S, which are headed towards the Chinese market this month.
HTC’s three devices will be made available in China around the middle of December, with a number of various carriers which includes China Unicom, China Telecom and China Mobile networks.
While don’t be confused, those who are looking on the sheer drawn will want the Butterfly, while it’s ultimately a slight variant on the J Butterfly (HTC Droid DNA to Americans) will be available with China Unicom, the 1080p smartphone should come to the country in rarer brown and white housing.
Alongside the black model already seen in the US. Localized variants of the Windows Phone 8X and WP 8S are similarly inbound, will be available with all three of the WCDMA (China Unicom), CDMA2000 (China Telecom) and TD-SCDMA (China Mobile) carrier networks by the middle of December.
While we got no official word about the two Windows Phone 8 handsets, whereas the J Butterfly should cost around ¥4,799 ($771) contract-free.