Rumor has it that HTC M7 (HTC One) will be launched on March 8, however, in the US, the release date is expected to be a little later, say about March 22. Take rumors with a bit more than a grain of salt, if it's true, it'd be an amazing phone. Let's take a peek at what's been going on with the rumored HTC One. Just for the record, HTC M7 and HTC One mean exactly the same thing.
There are a few pictures popping up online claiming to be the HTC M7 or HTC One, no one can tell which is true or not, but it's, the HTC M7 does bear some resemblance to the HTC 8X.
The first HTC M7 shot appeared online is from unwired.
Next up is one smooth looking black HTC M7 taken from PocketNow. This would definitely one that no one can keep their hands off, simple and elegant.
Also, the twitter account has leaked the first image on display here, but @evleaks uses the name of HTC One instead of HTC M7. In this picture, we can actually see what a potential HTC Sense 5 homescreen is like as well as the 2 navigation buttons below.
What's interesting is that reports said, the new HTC M7 will adopt a new version of HTC'S famed Android overlay-Sense 5.0, which are backed up by a few screenshots appeared online claiming to showcase Sense 5.0, presenting a more streamlined homescreen and cleaner approach.
It's said that its specifications include a 1.7 GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, 5-inch 1080p display with a high PPI, 13-megapixel camera, which really has a great deal to look forward to.
The HTC M7 is going to be a flagship Smartphone and therefore will carry a flagship price tag. The HTC M7 costs approximately $880 according to a French site FrAndroid.
Every time we mention HTC, it's hard not to bring up his competitor Sumsang, the previous HTC One X away, however, the new HTC M7 will be just about level with the Samsung Galaxy S4. The HTC M7 could be the game-changer as it should be available on the top carriers including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon, unlike the previous HTC One X as only available on AT&T.
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