The Taiwan based smartphone manufacturer HTC has long been one of the most high profile brands in the business. In recent months though, it’s been widely reported that the company has faced financial struggles, largely as a result of being unable to compete with popular handsets from rival manufacturers like Samsung and Apple, which continue to dominate the market by a wide margin.
In recent weeks though, HTC has launched several notable handsets across a couple of different operating systems. These include the likes of the Android powered HTC Butterfly, and the HTC 8X, which is the company’s flagship Windows Phone 8 handset.
HTC is also gearing up to release its latest flagship Android phone, called the HTC M7. The device promises to be an exciting release from the ailing manufacturer, and has caused a lot of attention among smartphone enthusiasts who continue to circulate dozens of rumours around the internet discussing its potential features.
Judging by leaks on a number of websites, the phone is likely to pack a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, Beats Audio, an 8 megapixel camera and the latest instalments of the Android operating system and HTC Sense user interface. Perhaps most notably, the phone will also sport a full high definition touchscreen display of 1080p, measuring 4.7 inches. Visit us at PhonesLimited for the best offers on HTC One X deals and compare HTC Butterfly contracts.
Ahead of the phone’s rumoured unveiling in February in London, a component manufacturer called ETrade Supply has released a YouTube video (which can be viewed at Phones Review), which shows the front and back panels of the phone side by side with the Droid DNA, which is a US variant of the HTC Butterfly. Noticeable differences include a slimmer profile, side mounted camera button and slightly smaller dimensions which backs up the rumoured 4.7 inch touchscreen.
As soon as we hear of any more confirmation of the features of the HTC M7, we will be sure to keep you informed.