The HTC M7 has been in the news for a good amount of time now, thanks to all the leaks and rumors around the upcoming flagship from Taiwanese giant HTC. And today things have turned more interesting as the HTC M7 has alledgedly been shown off by none other than CEO of HTC, Peter Chou at the company’s Year End Party event.
Peter Chou took the stage and thanked the team working on the HTC M7 for the last few weeks and readying the smartphone and then went ahead and pulled a silver version of the smartphone and snapped a couple of pictures of the audience.
While capturing the pictures, Chou said, “This event today is a great opportunity for testing (the camera). I was still testing it just now.” As you can see in the image above, we only get a look at the back of the HTC M7 and nor do we get a close up at the device. The video quality too is not that great but it is now confirmed that we will have a Silver and a White version of the smartphone.
HTC has an event lined up on the February 19th where we expect the company to unveil the smartphone and the rumored specs of the HTC M7 are as below:
- 4.7-inch full-HD display
- Pixel density of 468 PPI
- 1.7 GHz quad- core Snapdragon S4 processor
- 2 GB RAM
- 32 GB internal storage
- Expandable using microSD slot
- Android Jelly Bean
- HTC Sense 5.0
- 13 MP camera at the rear
- 2 MP front facing camera
- Beats Audio
- 2300 mAh battery
Also catch a video below from the event wherein everyone is saying out ‘HTC M7’ aloud which indicates that this might also go on to be the official name of the smartphone at the time of launch.