I don't think people in sprint will get live folders until later. My friend who has Lumia 920 finally gotten cyan update wp 8.1 and no live folders. But who knows we might get it if sprint at least start to release it. Dev preview will always get it new features first since live folders just released 3 weeks ago. Also yes I too noticed the speed as well. I been a wp user since ipaq pocket PC days and never left wp I also love using VPN feature w works great.
Just a week ago, HTC unveiled the Windows Phone version of its flagship – the HTC One (M8) for Windows. As we already said, there is no difference between the two devices, save for the OS and the purportedly better battery life of its Windows Phone iteration. The phone is already exclusively available from Verizon. AT&T also announced that it will be selling the device later in 2014. Okay, the two largest US carriers are well aboard now, but what about the other representatives of the quartet, T-Mobile and Sprint?
According to @upleaks, often regarded as the successor to the infamous @evleaks, the HTC One (M8) for Windows will also be eventually available from T-Mobile, too. As far as Sprint is concerned, another speculation has it that the third-largest carrier will be also offering HTC's WP 8.1 . As usual, one should be employing the “wait-and-see” principle when it comes to such rumors. However, if they get to hold water and the HTC One (M8) for Windows arrives at T-Mobile and Sprint, the device will become the first flagship that is available from all major US carriers.
Are you a T-Mobile or a Sprint subscriber? Would you get the HTC One (M8) for Windows if your carrier offered it? Share your thoughts with us!
Thanks Sharon yes love it and been working great. I also have many friends like my phone too. They just love very thin light weight body design. My friend Nokia was little thick and slight heavy. So she liked it allot.