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Friday, 18 January 2013 16:17

HTC's M7 flagship smartphone pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Alleged photo shows up


Rumors of HTC's upcoming flagship Android smartphone, the M7, have been floating around for quite some time, but now Unwiredview has published what appears to be the first rendered press photo of it.

There is not much to see on the picture other than a large black area of the screen bordered off with a white bottom and top part with the front camera. In case you missed it, previous rumors included 4.7-inch full HD 468ppi screen, 1.7GHz clocked quad-core Qualcomm CPU, 2GB or RAM, 32GB of internal storage and 13-megapixel main camera.

Unfortunately, this is the only alleged picture of the M7 but the good news is that it is rumored to appear at Mobile World Congress in late February.

You can check out the original picture here.

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Last modified on Saturday, 19 January 2013 18:28
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