HTC to launch HTC Aero A9 and Butterfly 3 Flagship Smartphones on September 29 [REPORT]

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    HTC today has hinted about the launch of two of its upcoming flagship smartphones at the end of this month. In fact the company has sent out media invites related to the said launch scheduled on 29th of September.

    HTC to launch Aero A9 and Butterfly 3 Flagship Smartphones on Sept 29

    According to a leak by popular leaksters @upleaks, the press invite first uploaded in Weibo states "double flagship new machine will be released in Hakone, Japan" followed by the date 29th of September. In case you have sharp memory, you may remember that HTC has officially teased about a launch of a flagship on the 6th of September.

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    Unfortunately though HTC failed to announce the Aero/M9 as they promised too, on the said day. So going by the new press invite we feel that HTC might eventually launched the M9 in Japan. But the second flagship still remains a mystery.

    Nevertheless it is expected that the second flagship will be the HTC Butterfly 3 with 5.2 inch WHD (2560x1440) SLCD3 Display along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC under the hood. The RAM is expected to be 3GB. The cameras consist of a 20MP dual rear camera setup and a 13MP of front camera. The GPU will be an Adreno 430.

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    On the other hand the HTC Aero/M9 is said to come with the latest deca core SoC from Mediatek X20 Helio along with 4GB of RAM and 3500mAh battery. The display on the front will be 5.2 QHD with 2.5D curved glass. However like most HTC flagship this new device too will come with an all metal build.


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