HTC’s upcoming 1080p Android phone, which is believed to be coming to the market as HTC M7, has been in the news quite a lot lately. Today, we’ve got another of the HTC M7 for those who are eagerly waiting to see its high-res display in their hands.We’ve already seen plenty of rumors tied to M7. In last week, we’ve shown you an alleged press shot of this handset in white color with edge-to-edge display and stereo speakers on the front side. But the above shot, which comes from a Polish website Czujnym Okiem, could be the real deal, and looks to be a cleanest press image of the M7.
This piece of evidence suggests that HTC M7 will carry the looks of the HTC Windows Phone 8X. The leak also shows the back side of the HTC M7, which seems to be fake. There’s a large camera with LED flash, speaker grill, Beats Audio logo on its backside. Up front, an ear piece with HTC logo can clearly be seen up top, as well as a trio of capacitive Android navigation keys ( Back, Task-Switching, and Home) on the bottom side. Is HTC planning to place its Home button to the far right? According to a source (who claims to have , the above shot is presenting a correct representation of the front side of the HT M7, while the back of the phone in the below render is said to be fake.
The past leak was an animation pulled from a tutorial video of the HTC M7. A reliable source (who has access to the the real photo of the handset) claims that the above render does line up with the real HTC M7. But, we still suggest you take this with a grain of salt for now. The image also confirms that M7 is indeed gearing up to be announced at MWC event next month in Barcelona. You can see the Barcelona location and the date is January 15 on the weather widget of the Sense.
No matter how it looks, the HTC M7 will feature a 4.7-inch 1080p Full HD display, a 13 megapixel main sensor on back side, a quad-core processor under the hood, a front-facing 2MP snapper, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, and runs on Android 4.x Jelly Bean with HTC’s Sense 5 UI on top of it. There’s no word on firm launch date and pricing details of the device yet.
Here’s another render of the M7, which seems to be fake. But, its front side is looking a lot like the previously leaked render.