HTC Butterfly S – New Smart Phone

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We expected soon after the leaks that were appearing, and today we can deserve the final look of the HTC Butterfly S, in addition to its main specifications. It is a raised terminal for Asian markets, but it is important to know which way the shots of HTC, as it tends to use the same basis for international terminals.

To get in position, the model it replaces, the HTC Butterfly, was the first to dare with Full HD screens, and with his American version, Droid DNA, were the basis for the HTC One, called to be El Salvador in the Taiwanese company.

Ultrapíxel Camera and Qualcomm Snapdragon 600

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Obviously not going to lose on the screen, and still uses a Super LCD panel 3 of five inches, Full HD, but builds on and borrows One HTC camera, powered Ultrapixel, 4 megapixels, and Zoe HTC support. The front camera is 2.1 megapixels, and has a wide angle of 88 degrees.

With respect to aluminum in our HTC One, the phone continues to promote plastic and is slightly larger – 11 mm thick – in part by using a higher capacity battery: 3.200mAh, 40% on One.

The other major change from the first Butterfly internal hardware, which happens to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, running at 1.9GHz (in One, to 1.7GHz). We have 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, expandable via microSD. As you can see in the back, do not miss the Beats Audio logo.

Turning to the operating system, comes with Android Jelly Bean and the latest version of the customization Sense 5.0. This means that Blinkfeed arrives to take our home screen.

HTC Butterfly S, Price and Availability

It seems clear that the HTC Buttefly S is a terminal designed for Asian markets. For now we know that appears in China in July, with the operator China Telecom, or free at a price of 580 euros to change. The available colors are red, white and gray.

In presenting the phone there was also room for two new products at lower ranges, the HTC Desire and Desire 600 200.

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