HTC M4 to Catch Attention with Design Sensibility

May 2, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HTC One was one of the best smartphones from the Taiwanese manufacturer and the handset was a surefire winner, thanks mainly to its sleek, unibody quality design.

The company wants to repeat their success mantra with another handset and they are stirring up the same design quality that they put in for the HTC One.

This time the new handset will be targeted at low price points, following a strategy that the company took with the One X and One S. The new handset is named as HTC M4 and is touted to be close to the One as Galaxy S III mini is to the Galaxy S III.

HTC-M4

HTC seems to be taking a page from Samsung’s book that if the flagship demands are high, then it will be a higher hit among those who can only hope to have it. Therefore the new M4 would be quite like the HTC One (except for the specs).

According to a report, the specifications have been brought down, and the cookie-cutter form factor would accommodate a 4.3-inch, 720p display. The processing power too has been lowered to include just a dual core CPU and 16GB of internal storage.

The RAM is fit at 2GB and the accompanying cameras will have HTC’s UltraPixel technology. The battery is supposedly a 1700mAh, non-removable battery as the device, with its scaled down spec sheet would probably need only lesser power.

The handset would certainly have Android 4.2 Jelly Bean running inside and the talk is that it would ship in LTE configurations. The HTC M4 should make it into stores by the end of second quarter this year.

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