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HTC J Butterfly: 5-inch 1080p Smartphone Launched with LCD 3D Display
Confirming the previous rumors, popular smartphone manufacturer HTC has announced J Butterfly, the first smartphone from the company with a full HD display. The new smartphone features a 5 inch Super LCD 3D display which supports a resolution of 1920x1080.
The device will be released on Japanese Telco au by KDDI.HTC representatives have informed that J Butterfly will go on sale in Japan during December this year. The company however has not mentioned any details regarding the international release of the smartphone.
The phone display sports 440 PPI and this fact has gathered the attention of many smartphone users in Japan. The device also features a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm S4 Pro quad core processor which will facilitate smooth execution of games and applications. It has a RAM capacity of 2GB as well as an internal storage capacity 16GB.
J Butterfly comes with an 8 mega pixel rear camera and 2 mega pixel front facing camera. The device will be powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and will incorporate HTC Sense 4+.A 2020 mAh battery will power the device and provide ample amount of talk time and standby time. J Butterfly is reported to be a Japan specific model. However a smartphone of similar caliber could be expected from HTC for the global market too.
HTC has been recently witnessing a dramatic decline in the sales of its smartphones. With the launch of this new device, HTC plans to regain its lost glory. HTC is currently focusing on high-end devices for which it has always been known for.
The company recently released One X+, an updated version of its flagship product One X. Although HTC is yet to confirm on that, reports are rife that HTC is currently working on a Nexus smartphone which will also be based on J Butterfly.