With a name like Windows Phone 8X, you know that HTC has closely aligned itself with Microsoft for the launch of its new mobile operating system. And why wouldn't it? Windows Phone 8 is more personal than ever with Live Tiles you can easily resize, and there are useful new features for parents (Kid's Room), photographers (Lens Apps) and anyone who wants to keep their close contacts closer (Rooms). Plus, the app selection is finally catching up to the competition. What HTC brings to the table is a very sleek and colorful design, Beats Audio, and a camera that can capture more of your friends at once. We tested an unlocked version, but the Windows Phone 8X will be available for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless for $199. Here's what you get for your money.