AT&T has made a ton of announcements this morning, including release news for the Galaxy Note Edge, the HTC Desire EYE and the HTC RE Camera. Now, it’s also announcing that it will soon offer the Nokia Lumia 830, a new Windows Phone device that was introduced during IFA in September, and the HTC One (M8), another Windows Phone product that, until now, was a Verizon Wireless exclusive.
The Nokia Lumia 830 will be available from AT&T stores and online starting on Nov. 7 for $99.99 with a new two-year contract. It can also be purchased for $449.99 off contract or for $0 down and $18.75 per month on AT&T Next 18 or for $0 down and $22.50 per month on AT&T Next 12. The Lumia 830 is the thinnest Lumia Windows Phone ever but is a relatively mid-range device that will offer built-in PMA wireless charging on AT&T, instead of Qi, 16GB of expandable storage and a 5-inch display. It runs Windows Phone 8.1 out of the box, which means you get Microsoft’s latest software advancements including the Cortana voice assistant.
Meanwhile, the HTC One (M8) for Windows (the Verizon model is pictured above) offers the same design we saw with the Android-powered version of the One (M8), though it runs Windows Phone 8.1 instead. You’ll find front-facing BoomSound speakers, a 4-Ultrapixel camera with the depth-sensor that was introduced in the first M8, 32GB of expandable storage, a gorgeous 5-inch 1920 x 1080p display and more. Like the Lumia 830, it will also be available in stores on Nov. 7 but will cost $199.99 with a new two-year contract, $669.99 off contract or $27.92 per month with AT&T Next 18 and $0 down or $33.60 per month with AT&T Next 12 and $0 down.