For years now, HTC-made devices have been recognized as the most soulful products ever made. Critically they have an edge over Samsung's cheap and plastic designs, but when it comes to market acceptability many would like to think twice before getting an HTC branded handset.
Now things are changing over the course of time, and HTC is slowly emerging as the handset manufacturer to reckon with, especially, after the success of its latest flagship phone, the M8. With the HTC E8 and the M8 have already been launched, the company may possibly launch the successor to the Butterfly to expand its market visibility amongst its targeted audience in Asia.
HTC's long-awaited premium handset is right around the corner, and today the Butterfly 2 pays a visit to the Taiwanese NCC under the moniker "B810x", Sogi.com reports. There's not much new information to be had in the report, although we do get confirmation that the HTC Butterfly 2 support for the LTE connectivity.
A number of reports in the past have suggested that HTC will soon announce the Butterfly 2 with improved specs. In fact last month an unconfirmed report had revealed that the new device will have identical specifications like the M8 flagship, but it will only be sold in markets like Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and other Asian markets.
Rumors have it that the new high-end phone will come sooner than expected. Specs-wise, it is said to pack a 5.2-inch FHD display, a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter. Currently, there's no word on pricing or actual release date.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!