When the HTC One M8 for Windows went official this morning, many breathed a sigh of frustration upon hearing that the handset would be exclusive to Verizon Wireless’s cellular network here in the United States. But information out of AT&T this evening suggests that this exclusive won’t be around for too long, as the carrier has confirmed that it will be stocking HTC One M8 for Windows units of its own later this year.

Pricing and availability details are scarce at the moment, though we do have our first look at what the phone will look like when it makes the leap to Big Blue. It’s the same old phone, minus the ginormous “Verizon” and “4G LTE” logos found on the units you can get in stores right now (though it has been substituted for AT&T’s more minimalistic globe logo).

AT&T has set up a landing page on its website (the second source link down below), where you can enter your email address to get more information when AT&T has more to share regarding the phone, and check out some key features (though we’ve got you covered there with an unboxing and hands-on video, a written first impressions piece, and also a writeup showcasing the phone’s internals). Any AT&T customers out there eagerly waiting to grab yourself a hot new Windows Phone?

Source: AT&T 1, 2

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