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HTC M4 - Rumours

New rumours spread about the next smartphone from HTC – the HTC M4.

The waves HTC One has created has not ceased yet. Then comes a rumour about a scaled down version of HTC One. HTC is reportedly under the busy building up of its next smartphone, currently named as HTC M4.



HTC M4 looks similar to HTC One. But it will be having downgraded specifications and a lower price tag though the device looks similar to HTC One, we can't say for sure that it will be following the premium aluminium body or whether they will go for a more plastic finish body.

HTC M4

About the design of the M4, there will be a dual stereo speaker at the top and bottom of the display screen. The key arrangement of the phone will be similar to that of the HTC One. The SIM card slot of the device is on the same side as that in the HTC One. On the rear side, there is a small change in the location of the flash light. It has been re located to above the lens.

HTC M4

The M4 is said to have a 4.3-inch display with 720p resolution. It will be having a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory and a 1,700mAh battery. The M4 will also feature an Ultra Pixel camera, just like the HTC One. But the specifications regarding the camera are not yet out. The phone will be having Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. It is expected to have LTE connectivity.

HTC M4

The phone is expected to ship in the second quarter of the month. It seems like HTC got the trick of Samsung. The higher the demand for your flagship is, the higher the anticipation of a lesser priced version of it. So, there are every possibility that HTC M4 will be exactly a scaled down version of HTC One.

Last updated on 03-05-2013. Published on 03-05-2013. Written by .
Published by Mobiles4Sale in category Rumours
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