HTC Tiara and an unknown Samsung Windows Phone arrive at Ting next month
Ting, the US wireless provider which uses the Sprint’s network, offering no-contract and non-subsidized phones is ready to join the Windows Phone family by adding two new devices to its line-up. The first smartphone will be an HTC model, though its name “Tiara” is not officially confirmed. HTC Tiara leaked online a few months ago on some pictures and certification documents. In addition to Tiara, Ting will add an unknown Samsung model, a recent publication on the company’s blog reveals. According to the rumors, both handsets will be available some time in late July and since Ting is using the Spirt’s network, these smartphones should be offered by Sprint as well.
The so-called 4.3-inch HTC Tiara have some decent mid-range characteristics with LTE connectivity, including a dual-core Snapdragon processor, clocked at 1.2 GHz with 1 GB of RAM. The phone will have an 8 GB of internal storage, a Super 4.3-inch 480x800p LCD2 display, 8-megapixel main shooter and a 1.2 MP secondary one. In other news, the HTC Tiara has passed the FCC certification, and seems the device will arrive at Sprint in the coming weeks.
The future Samsung model is expected to arrive around the same time as HTC Tiara, though we don’t have anything to speculate on except that the device will have LTE capabilities and it will be a dual-SIM model. Meanwhile, on the Ting’s blog there is an ongoing discussion around the future Windows Phone models, where users can vote for the device they are interested in. One is sure, the Windows Phone debut on Ting is imminent and we will learn more details in the following days. Stay tuned to find out more information about the latest additions to the Windows Phone line-up.