Monday, December 10, 2012

Can The HTC M7 Be The Next Android Flagship Phone Of HTC?


Recent reports have hinted at the possibility that HTC may be aiming to get back on track following a slump that has affected sales of its devices recently. The company will reportedly release its next Android-powered flagship smartphone soon, the HTC M7.

Although the HTC Droid DNA only made its appearance in the market recently, the rumored HTC M7 may give the company the boost it needs to get back its share of the market. In addition to the rumored HTC M7, a questionnaire recently hinted at the upcoming release of the latest Windows Phone 8-powered smartphone of the company, the HTC Titan III.

Unnamed sources of HTC Source have indicated that the rumored HTC M7 will reportedly feature a quad-core S4 Pro processor from Qualcomm, five-inch HD screen display with a resolution of 1920 by 1080, and a 13MP camera. Since it will reportedly be the next Android-powered flagship of the company, it is expected to run the latest Android OS version.

Reports have hinted at the possibility that the HTC M7 will be released in the first quarter of 2013 with an initial supply of around five million units.

Although HTC normally unveils its flagship smartphones during the Mobile World Congress, it may launch the HTC M7 earlier if it aims to make it available in the first quarter of next year. This means it may be unveiled during the Consumer Electronics Show, which is schedule to be held from January 8 to January 11.

However the company may not be ready to unveil the HTC M7 since it does not appear to have an exhibitor booth at the CES.

If HTC aims for a running start in the coming year, it may be advisable for the company to rethink its marketing strategy for the HTC M7 in order to go up against one of the biggest Android device manufacturer from South Korea.

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