HTC M7 has been the subject a few leaks off late. Earlier, we saw reports speculating that the phone will feature a 5.0-inch full-HD display, a uni-body aluminium shell, Qualcomm APQ8064 quad-core processor and a 13-megapixel camera. A new report contradicts the screen size, while confirming almost everything else we've known.
Trusted Twitter user @evelaks is back with more details of the HTC M7. Quoting "a previously reliable source" he states that the HTC M7 will feature a 4.7-inch full-HD display, making it an incredible 468 PPI. He further claims that "this so-called SoLux display is said to offer a number of visual improvements over the previous generation Super LCD2, boosting viewing angles, outdoor visibility, and colour accuracy".
In line with some of the previous rumours, powering the HTC M7 is a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor with 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. The cameras are 13-megapixel (rear) and 2-megapixel (front), both capable of recording full-HD video. The HTC M7 will reportedly boast of 2300mAh battery and run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Connectivity options in the HTC M7 reportedly include LTE and Wi-Fi with 802.11ac support, which (theoretically) boasts of speeds up to 3 times that of 802.11n.
HTC has been on a bit of a launch spree off-late, first unveiling the HTC One X+, a modest upgrade over its popular HTC One X (Review | Pictures) and more recently, the HTC Butterfly, the first smartphone in the world with a full-HD display.