HTC Butterfly S: 5 inch Handset Rumored to Come by Late June

    Although, HTC One remains to be be the latest and popular flagship of the company, rumors are that they are in verge of launching a new device soon. The rumored device is the continuance to the Butterfly series of HTC called Butterfly S.

    The first Butterfly model was the first 1080p smartphone and eventually came to the US as the Droid DNA. Reports suggested that back in march HTC was in fact working out on a plan to come up with the new Butterfly device which was later given some confirmation when DLXPLUS model was reported to be in testing.

     

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    HTC Butterfly S: 5 inch Handset Rumored to Come by Late June

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    Now we see reports coming from eprice saying that the new Butterfly S is different than the one which was previously rumored to be. The new Butterfly S is expected to pack the same 5-inch 1080p SuperLCD3 display with the main differentiators being HTC BlinkFeed and also features HTC‘s newer propriety innovations like Sense 5.0 and their 4 mega-pixel "UltraPixel" camera. 

    There is also a little increase in the body thickness but the battery capacity will be slightly increased, while preserving microSD card. Rumor also suggests that the Butterfly S will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, more likely to feature 800 rather than the 600 one which was previously rumored to be incorporated in the HTC's upcoming Butterfly S. But there are no mentions about the chipset it is coming with.

    There are no detailed specifications and features available as of now and the price of the device remains a mystery so far. However the long time rumored HTC device has now finally come to the brim of the secrecy and the only thing HTC fans awaits is to see the device launch.

     

    However, now a rumor is that new Butterfly model could possibly arrive as the Butterfly S sometime late this month.

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