HTC’s M7 has been rumored to be the manufacturer’s upcoming flagship smartphone, in direct competition with devices like the Google Nexus 4 or even the unannounced Samsung Galaxy S IV. How many of the rumors are true we can’t exactly tell as of now.
The HTC M7 has surfaced a lot lately with details about it being one of the fastest smartphones to date. After the manufacturer released the One X+, also rumored a lot before release, and the HTC Butterfly with a 1080p display, the M7 is the next step towards reaching absolute supremacy – or so do the rumors state. The device’s design is said to be nothing short of amazing, featuring some of the manufacturer’s well established traits as well as a few futuristic elements. It should borrow some elements from Verizon’s Droid DNA as well as with some unseen before aspects.
One recent claim states that the HTC M7 will feature a Full HD 4.7-inch display offering no more then 468 pixels-per-inch. It will support a 13MP camera with the manufacturer’s proprietary ImageSense technology. It will be powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon chip with 2GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage space. The power needs will be covered by a 2,300 mAh battery and the device will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out of the box.
The HTC M7 is said to be unveiled durring MWC next month in Barcelona. US carriers AT&T and Sprint are also likely to get the M7 along with LTE compatibility. As for the price, it is rumored that the M7 will go for $199.99 on contract.