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Real image of the HTC M7 appears?

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Real image of the HTC M7 appears?
Last week, we showed you the picture of an image of a phone that had been lifted from a SIM card installation tutorial found on the firmware of the HTC M7. Naturally, the first thought was that the white phone with the edge-to-edge glass and stereo speakers on the front, was the Taiwan based manufacturer's next flagship model. But when we asked the musical question, "Is this an image of the HTC M7?," the correct answer was a resounding "No!".

So now a few days have passed and lo and behold, another image of the HTC M7 appears, looking nothing like that white poser we saw the other day. According to sources who have spent time with the real HTC M7, this is an absolutely correct representation of the phone. The latest rumored specs have the handset coming to market with a 4.7 inch screen and FHD resolution which works out to an incredible 468ppi pixel density. The quad-core processor inside the device is said to be the 1.7GHz  Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064, and the multitasker's best friend, 2GB of RAM, is also on board. Toss in 32GB of native storage and a 13MP camera is on back. Of course, Sense 5.0 is said to be included. We would be disappointed if anything less than Android 4.2 was shoehorned into the model.

We should see the HTC M7 in all of it's glory at next month's MWC in Barcelona. In the meantime, we have this new image so once again we ask, is this an image of the HTC M7? We expect a different response than what we heard last time.

source: HTCSource via AndroidGuys


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