HTC M7 could be the One X’s Snapdragon powered successor?

I’m quite fond of the HTC One X. It’s a great looking phone with a fantastic camera and awesome performance, but in this day and age it is struggling to keep up. Enter the HTC One X’s successor the (codenamed) HTC M7!

According to sources close to HTC, the Taiwanese phone maker are preparing to launch the new HTC M7 at the Mobile World Congress next year and features some very impressive upgrades over the One X and current One X+.

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For starters, the HTC M7 is expected to receive a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core CPU running at a cool 1.7Ghz, there will also be 2GB RAM on-board not to mention Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as standard!

As I mentioned above, the One X has a very impressive camera but the M7 hopes to out perform it’s older brother with a new 13 mega-pixel and larger f/2.0 aperture. HTC are calling this new set-up Cinesensor and claim that both slow motion and HDR performance will be greatly improved. This sounds a lot like the Sony Exmor Pro sensor the Oppo Find 5 is using (take a look here for sample photos).

The 4.7-inch display of the HTC M7 has been updated too and promises to bring full 1080 HD to the phone and a pixel density of 468PPI!

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1 Comment

  1. December 18, 2012

    Great news ! it’s supposed to be at least a bit more compact than the “DNA” / “Butterfly”.
    Personally I’d still prefer something smaller, like Xiaomi’s Mi-2.
    In that field there’s little choice in the Android space, as all flagship phones became HUGE lately…