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Thursday, 02 May 2013 08:19

HTC M4 pixellized, it’s a thing of beauty

Written by Fudzilla staff



Size doesn’t matter

The HTC One is the best looking phone HTC ever came up with, and it is possibly the best looking Android phone on the market. Now it is about to get an equally good looking mid-range sibling, the HTC M4.

The M4 features a 4.3-inch 720p display, some sort of dual-core processor, 16GB of storage and 2GB of RAM. It also uses HTC’s new UltraPixel technology, which means it should end up with an impressive camera. Nothing to moan about as far as specs go, except the apparent lack of a 32GB version.

Now Phone Arena has managed to get its hands on a press shot of the M4 and the good news is that it follows the HTC One design philosophy, with sleek and minimalistic lines. However, it does not appear to share the same choice of materials. It appears to use some sort of polycarbonate body, but let’s not forget HTC is quite good at making plastic phones that feel very robust indeed – think HTC One X.

Phone Arena reckons the M4 will show up by the end of the second quarter, but we still don’t know what sort of branding HTC will use or how much it will cost.

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