First phone with China’s COS operating system leaked, it’s a HTC


So the rumours were true! The first manufacturer to jump on the COS bandwagon is Taiwanese phone maker HTC!

Having HTC team up with COS (China Operating System) will be a huge boost to the fledgling OS, and may possibly open up a whole new market for the ailing phone maker.

cos htc butterfly

The phone model to get COS is a 16GB version of HTC Butterfly which comes with a 5-inch FHD 1920 x 1080 display, 2GB RAM, 16GB memory and space for a 64GB SD card. The phone also runs a quad-core 1.9Ghz processor, and has an F2.0 Ultrapixel main camera. Unsurprisingly the COS version of the HTC Butterfly is only currently available as a China Mobile TD-SCDMA phone.

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6 Comments

  1. Danial
    January 23, 2014

    what does COS have that makes them believe its better than Android, IOS, Windows phone , or even iola?

    • bridgebuilder78
      January 23, 2014

      Hello, no NSA snooping is built-in, unlike Android, iOS, and Windooze.

      • JTTL
        January 24, 2014

        Hello there mr conspiracy, nice to meet you. Just a note, why are you using the net which is soo filled with NSA tracking bla bla gizmos that bla bla you hate fuck off fgt

        • bridgebuilder78
          January 24, 2014

          Wow, let me guess, your mother never told you who your father really is, did she? Anger issues? Rejection issues? Abusing the bottle much?

          Ohhh… there’s another possibility, you are a recovering Catholic/Anglican altar boy.

          Oh wait, maybe it’s more mundane, maybe you do have a father after all. What did he do to you? Too many lashings from his belt? Or did he, ya know, touch you in funny places?

          Fuck off regardless, little git.

  2. antidumb
    January 23, 2014

    and then they sell it for only $199, boooyaaaa!

  3. bridgebuilder78
    January 23, 2014

    Bring this to America, since we all can do with a phone that doesn’t have the NSA’s seal of approval.