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HP in plans of a Windows Phone 8 smartphone

The American multinational information technology corporation, Hewlett-Packard is reportedly building up a Windows Phone 8 powered smartphone in their plants.

This United States based company is no stranger to the Android Operating System, with it's Slate tablet line-up, announced earlier this year, but now the manufacturer is entering back the smartphone industry with the rumored Windows Phone 8 smartphone. Hewlett-Packard  holds a history of manufacturing a Windows phone a few years ago named, iPAQ 210, even before the company getting it's hands into the webOperatingSystem.

We still haven't got our hands to the rumored Windows Phone 8 model of HP, but we seriously hope the phone to come out of the box with the General Distribution 3 (GDR3) installed, which may indicate the phone in featuring a 1080p resolution screen and a Quad-Core processor.