All three high-end Windows Phone 8 devices reportedly headed to Verizon

HTC has already announced that it will be bringing its Windows Phone devices to Verizon, but according to a leaked roadmap for the US carrier, the Windows Phone 8X will be joined by the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Samsung ATIV S.

AT&T and T-Mobile have carried a number of Windows Phone handsets over the last two years, but Sprint and Verizon were limited to just a single device each. That’s finally changing this fall – at least on Verizon. PhoneArena has received a copy of Verizon’s roadmap, and all three of the high-end Windows Phone 8 handsets from Nokia, HTC, and Samsung are on the list. This is excellent news for Verizon customers, who now have a number of compelling devices to choose from.

Nokia and Samsung have yet to announce official carrier availability, but an AT&T and T-Mobile release is almost certain. The Sprint situation, however, is a little more hazy. At this point, it doesn’t look like Sprint will be joining the Windows Phone 8 fun. We can only hope that the carrier will see the error of its ways soon.

[PhoneArena via Neowin]
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William Devereux

William Devereux is the former Microsoft editor at Pocketables, as well as a Microsoft MVP and SkyDrive/Outlook.com Insider. As his title implies, he wrote about all things from Redmond, including Windows 8 and Windows Phone. He is currently carrying a Windows Phone 8X by HTC and a Microsoft Surface with Windows RT tablet.