HTC M7 2013 Flagship Gets Fresh Renders, Specs

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Hasan Kaymak sent us his vision on the HTC M7, the 2013 flagship that HTC is expected to showcase at MWC 2013 or CES 2013. Hasan also created a very nice community and page called HTC Concepts, that I invite you to strongly support, since we like the idea. Back to the M7, this is what the handset could look like:

We’re dealing with a new generation HTC smartphone with a 4.7 inch display and a cool metallic design. HTC M7 runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 5.0, it has two speakers at the lower side, possibly with new Beats Audio tech. The HTC concept seems to be very thin and elegant and it comes with a 2.1 megapixel front camera, a 4.7 inch 1080p SLCD 3 display, a 13 megapixel rear camera and a 1.7 GHz quad core processor. My money’s on a quad core Snapdragon S4 Pro, maybe even a newer version with a newer GPU.

There should also be a 2300 mAh battery on board according to the designer of the HTC M7, who let us speculate on these specs. HTC One X was very loved when it first appeared and I expect a similar treatment for this new model. HTC is not doing so well right now, so they could really use hit, more than one actually. Will this model deliver?

[via HTC Concepts]

  • Nice look , Amazing supereb.

  • Noel

    Hope they give it a battery bigger than 2300mAh something >2500+mAh and options of 32/64 GB internal plus SD card slot on the side akin to the micro SIM slot. My advice to HTC is to leave no spec behind and to match Samsung spec for spec and have this device on every major carrier. We all know HTC has the build quality…all they have to do is not to give any edge spec-wise to Samsung and to have an aggressive sales team/campaign.

  • vperl

    HTC NEEDS to be proactive and inventive. Huge removable battery . Key Lime Pie

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  • vperl

    HTC has moved far away from a removable battery and expect no more than a 2300 mAh battery. No SD slot. Very few software/OS up grades, absolutely no KLP.

    HTC, is on it’s way to a total melt down, then the high flier iCrapple implodes in a gooey mess.