One X Successor Hinted at by HTC

HTC One XHTC has already started prepping the launch of yet another flagship Android handset, one whose cutting-edge components will reportedly be firsts in multiple industries. So far, the only name the new smartphone has is the codename M7, though it is said that this device will debut at a critical juncture for HTC as the company looks to reverse a series of disappointing quarters.

The M7, much like the One X, is rumored to be headed for a Mobile World Congress debut. Even though it won’t match the One X and its groundbreaking inclusion of a quad-core processor, the M7 will be one of the first full HD handsets in the 4.7″ class, which will give it a reported pixel density of 468PPI, which is 40% higher than the iPhone 5.

In addition to that, the “SoLux” display, as it is being called, will also offer a number of visual improvements over the previous generation Super LCD2, boosting viewing angles, outdoor visibility and color accuracy.

The M7 is supposedly powered by a second-generation quad-core processor from Qualcomm, clocking in at 1.7GHz per core. There is also rumored to be 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal flash storage included in the M7 as well. The device, which will run on 4G LTE, is expected to ship running Android Jelly Bean and be skinned with the latest iteration of HTC’s UX enhancement, Sense 5.

Other features/enhancements include a dedicated, Beats-designed amplifier along with a feature to increase call clarity called Clear Words. There is also support for the next-generation WiFi standard, 802.11ac, whose theoretical through put it three times that of 802.11n WLAN networks.

As far as carriers go, the M7 is said to be hitting Verizon and Sprint in the United States and may very well be the first HTC handset to hit the top four American operators since the Touch Pro 2. We will have all the information on this mystery device as it arrives so keep checking back.

Source: UnwiredView.com – HTC M7, successor to the One X, detailed: 4.7-inch 1080p, Sense 5, much more

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