HTC M7 Leaked Photo

  • Render from a short animation clip
  • Lack of branding and screen borders
  • Higher pixel-per-inch density than the iPhone 5

The HTC M7 is gaining some buzz in the tech world lately, despite the fact that it isn't even official yet. Now, we've come to a decent look at it.

  • Render from a short animation clip
  • Lack of branding and screen borders
  • Higher pixel-per-inch density than the iPhone 5

The HTC M7 is gaining some buzz in the tech world lately, despite the fact that it isn't even official yet. Now, we've come to a decent look at it.

The pic isn't an actual photo of the phone though but a render from a short animation clip instructing new owners on first-time SIM card installation. According to reports, it comes from a trusted source with access to an early version of the firmware.

The render doesn’t look like the finished design due to the lack of branding and screen borders, but it looks quite good so far.

The M7 is expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February. It's said to be HTC's new flagship, taking over from the One X, with a 4.7-inch HD display and 1.7GHz quad-core processor.

That screen should have a higher pixel-per-inch density than the iPhone 5 too. The device is said to have a 13-megapixel camera, equipped with a new sensor capable of super slow-motion and video HDR, too. The M7 is expected to come with the Jelly Bean version of Android.

New information pegs a release for only a few weeks after its trade show debut, at an unlocked price just north of $600. Also, HTC has reportedly brought back the left-for-dead IR port, placed it near the power button atop the M7, and given it learning capabilities.

The handset was also rumoured to make its debut at CES, which didn't happen.

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