HTC M7 could be unveiled at the CES 2013 instead of MWC: Rumor
Back in December 2012, we heard about HTC preparing its own Android flagship codenamed M7 and was expected to be unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013 in February. But it seems that there might be some change in plans.
According to XDA member Football, who has been much reliable when it comes to leaks and rumours around HTC, that the company might unveil the M7 in the next few days at the CES 2013.
Football has also revealed that the HTC M7 “might have screen buttons instead of hardware touch buttons” which will be a change from HTC’s design pattern. Though other OEMs are opting in for 5-inch full-HD displays for release this year, the M7 is expected to arrive with a 4.7-inch full-HD SoLux display with a pixel density of 468PPI.
The HTC M7 is expected to be powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor coupled with 2 GB RAM. and pack in 32 GB of internal memory which we expect to be expandable via microSD slot. The M7 will arrive with Android Jelly Bean OS with HTC’s Sense 5 UI.
It is being said that the camera on the M7 is to arrive with a 13 MP sensor with f/2.0, while the front facing camera is said to be a 2 MP capable of capturing videos at 1080p. Beats Audio enhancement will be packed into the smartphone for a great music listening experience for users.
Let us wait for a few more days and we expect things to go official. Until then, stay tuned to us for the latest on the M7 and more upcoming devices.