The handset looks exactly like its Android-based counterpart, but is running the Windows Phone OS, of course. It uses the same chassis as the HTC One and maintains that distinctive brushed aluminum look. This is the first time that we’ve gotten to see the rear of the Windows Phone version of the One M8, but there isn’t much to write home about.
The HTC One M8 will also support HTC's Dot View case. This enables users to interact with the device when the case is closed and will include support for Cortana, Microsoft’s own phone-based personal assistant.
HTC is expected to announce the Windows Phone version of the One M8 next week.