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HTC’s New Flagship Smartphone Codename : HTC M7

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So HTC is gearing up to release its new Flagship phone Codenamed the HTC M7. It was rumored to sport a 5-inch display, but now reported to have a 4.7-inch HD display at 468ppi (reportedly called a SoLux display). The 468ppi means that its over 40% higher than the iPhone 5, with which it will share optical lamination technology. Personally, I feel the 4.7-inch screen is just perfect and 5-inch would have reached the ‘phablet’ zone.  Other specs are supposed to be  1.7GHz Snapdragon quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and LTE and HSDPA radios. The M7 will also reportedly carry an improved camera with a 13-megapixel sensor and an f/2.0 lens.

The improved image sensor, dubbed Cinesensor, promises both increased image quality and improved features such as super slow-mo and video HDR. Both the rear camera and two-megapixel front cam should be capable of 1080p video capture.In terms of sound enhancements, the M7 is said to offer a dedicated, Beats-designed amplifier, as well as a feature to increase call clarity called Clear Words. Audio output should come courtesy of stereo speakers.

Also the phone will feature HTC’s skin the Sense 5. Though at this point IMHO Android has evolved to not needing any skins at all like the Sense or the TouchWiz.

As its predecessor the One X, the M7 will reportedly be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress.

Source : UnwiredView.com

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