The Verge claims that the phone maker will follow its One range with Rio, Accord and Zenith handsets running Microsoft's next mobile operating system.
Rio will be an entry level smartphone with a 4-inch WVGA screen, 14.4Mbps HSPA, 5MP camera with 720p, 512MB memory and a Qualcomm MSM8227 processor, slated for release in October.
The mid-range Accord, also to land in October, will allegedly sport a 4.3-inch 720p Super LCD 2 screen, 8MP camera with 080p video capabilities, 42Mbps HSPA+, NFC, 1GB of RAM and a dual-core Qualcomm processor.
HTC's high-powered Zenith will arrive at the end of the year, with 4.7-inch 720p Super LCD 2 screen, the same 8MP camera sensor as the Accord, 42Mbps HSPA+ and a quad-core Snapdragon chip.
Microsoft unveiled Windows Phone 8 during a press conference yesterday (June 20), where it was confirmed that the OS will not be compatible with current generation hardware.
Watch a video showcasing Windows Phone 8 below: