Mobile phone carrier Verizon Wireless will add to its offering three Windows Phone 8 devices before the end of this year, including the recently made official Lumia 822 from Nokia.
The handset will land on shelves in November at $99.99, Microsoft unveiled today, while adding that HTC’s Windows Phone 8X smartphone will be released at $199.99, both with the signing of a two-year contract agreement with the wireless carrier.
Both these Windows Phone 8 devices are expected to become available for purchase through Big Red by Thanksgiving, Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer announced.
In December, the wireless services provider is set to launch a third smartphone, the Samsung ATIV Odyssey, which hasn’t been made official as of now, nor has it been showcased to the world.
All three handsets will be put up for sale through all 65 Microsoft Stores open this holiday, as well as through the company’s online store.