In less than two weeks, on February 19, HTC will announce its newest high-end Android smartphone, called HTC M7. We’ve heard many things about it, but one detail has eluded us so far: its price.
Well, FrAndroid has managed to obtain a document that shows the price of the handset for France: €649.99 (about $880). That’s certainly expensive, and yet it’s less than what you have to pay for an unlocked iPhone 5 16GB (€679).
The M7 should be available in France starting March 8, via Phone House (and probably other retailers, too). Interestingly, the Phone House didn’t have an official image of the M7, so they used our render:
Most likely, the M7 will be launched in several other European countries on March 8 – and it could also go on sale in the US at the same time (as previously rumored).
In case you haven’t found out yet, the new HTC flagship smartphone will run Android Jelly Bean with Sense 5.0 UI. Its features will include a 4.7 inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display, LTE connectivity, NFC, Beats Audio, quad-core Qualcomm processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, 2,300 mAh battery, and a “new sound and camera experience” – including a rear camera that uses “Ultrapixels.”
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