By Stephen Schenck | September 21, 2012 3:46 PM
The leaked Verizon roadmap we heard about a little earlier today mentioned that the carrier’s expecting to start sales of the HTC Windows Phone 8X this November. Well, just like the cyan Nokia 920 that was hiding in plain sight in one of Nokia’s promotional videos, a new HTC clip appears to similarly reveal the 8X with Verizon branding.
In the clip below, HTC discusses the design process that led the company to create its Windows Phone 8X and 8S models. As the camera pans by a pile of 8X case shells, there’s one right at the end of the group that’s sporting Verizon’s logo and its LTE tag. Sure, it’s not a full, finished handset, but that’s still pretty convincing evidence, especially alongside HTC’s comments that Verizon will have at least one of its new Windows Phone 8 models.
As we get a little closer to November, expect the possible release window for the 8X on Verizon to start getting a little more definite, as new leaks arrive.