HTC’s Next Android Flagship to Pack a 1.7GHz Quad-Core Processor and 1080p Screen?

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Some leaked tech specs supposedly tell us what to expect from HTC's flagship Android model for 2013, with the phone maker apparently set to launch a 4.7-inch model with a 1080p display.

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The phone, which is currently known under the codename HTC M7, features an enormous 468PPI image density output thanks to the display numbers, which ought to see our beloved old flip clock bursting out of the screen clearer than ever.

Elsewhere, the M7 is said to contain a 1.7GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor alongside 2GB of RAM, the required chips to make it compatible with 4G networks, and version 5.0 of HTC's popular Sense user interface stuck over the top of Android 4.2.

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There should also be a 13-Megapixel camera inside it, plus a 2-MP front facing secondary cam for looking at your own face with and a 2,300mAh battery to give it a decent desk life. Stick it on the next phone list. And if those numbers are all correct, it ought be close to the top. [Unwired View]


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HybridByNature
HybridByNature

Yeah, maybe keep the specs optimal (vs way overpowered) and make the battery life awesome. It's sad that there are only a few phones in the market that have "good" battery life.

(Dating myself) My blackberry could go days upon days one one charge. Granted the screens are better, the processors are bigger and there's a lot more stuff to do on a phone nowadays, but seriously, FIGURE IT OUT!