HTC M7 Specifications Leaked: A Beast in Making

With the HTC One X being the first quad core device to hit the global scene, the HTC One series to some extent, failed to shine out the glory it was aimed to fetch for the Taiwanese Giant’s expectations. The revamped version of the One series flagship, the HTC One X+ is currently ruling the lives of the benchmarks while we have these exclusive details regarding the specifications of the next Beast in making.

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The rumor land has been keeping for quite a while but after the bunch of FullHD phones springing up, how can one simply forget the presence of the Taiwanese Giant which held the pole position in the Quad core flag march. The next generation of droid warheads is expected to have an orthodox configuration consisting of the super powerful Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset, which we have seen blowing all the odds out on LG’s Google Nexus 4 and a FullHD display which rates in around 400ppi which is anytime 40% higher than the pixel count on the ultra-hyped retina moniker from the American Giant.

The HTC M7 is nothing short of a beast all set to be unleashed onto the lives of the predators roaring out the current scene. The device will be boasting a Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset clocked at a mighty 1.7 Gigahertz with 2 Gigabytes of RAM and 32 Gigabytes of internal storage. The 4.7” of display estate will be of the Full HD variety while the camera will be having a 13Megapixel sensor with a f/2.0 lens to snap the reality while the HDR video and super slow-motion recording capabilities will be on the cards for the videography section.

A somewhat new offering is the support for 802.11ac wireless, which is faster than the current 802.11n standards while the battery is supposed to be a beefy 2300mAh unit which looks promising enough of juice to get along with the Giant screen and the beast roaring inside.

What’s your cut? Are you going to get one of these home or will you be waiting for the Next Big Thing? (Does that sounds like an expected Samsung Flasghip?)

Source: Unwired View