While it may, or may not be announced at CES 2013 this week (I believe it will not), the HTC M7 is almost certainly a real device, as more and more details about it are being unveiled. The latest details include screenshots of HTC Sense 5 UI – which should be featured on the M7 – as well as a photo that reportedly shows the new smartphone itself.
Sadly, the photo doesn’t unveil the entire handset, but juts a part of its front. So we still don’t know what the M7 actually looks like.
In any case, as you can tell from the images below, Sense 5 UI seemingly comes with redesigned icons, and a cleaner aspect overall.
The M7 will likely become HTC’s second Android smartphone to feature a 1080p display, after the Droid DNA / HTC Butterfly (which is already available). Unlike the Butterfly, though, the M7 won’t sport a 5 inch screen, but a 4.7 inch one – this allowing it to have a 468ppi density. Display aside, the new handset – which won’t be called M7 when it launches, since that is just a codename – should feature Android Jelly Bean, a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, stereo speakers with Beats Audio technology, 13MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, 32GB of internal memory, and a 2,300 mAh battery.
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