The Taiwanese company HTC is not always a logical drive, and if you saw last year as a very interesting smartphone like HTC Butterfly J remained confined to Asia and the United States this year, history seems to repeat with a HTC One that serves as a top model in international markets and Butterfly S HTC just revealed to the local media in Taiwan.

This is what will be the highest lineage smartphone from HTC, and we can talk and in key hardware tuning rather than a renewal of the Butterfly range, new generation also seems to come later this year 2013.

HTC Butterfly S, Renewal Pending the New Generation

As we have said, with the HTC Butterfly S we have mixed feelings: on the one hand, it is a great device that combines all the best of HTC, but then gives us the feeling that is a minor renovation to the hardware is the most pointers now, but always waiting for the HTC Butterfly 2.


The device will keep the good design and specifications that we saw on the HTC J Butterfly, although technological advances mix HTC premiered at the One and improve the hardware platform to upgrade.

So, we will see a terminal SuperLCD3 5-inch screen and full HD resolution (1,920 × 1,080 pixels), but this time accompanied by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset 600 1.9 GHz, up in clock speed compared to HTC One 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage expandable via micro SD complete hardware platform.

HTC shall not fail now BoomSound, double front stereo speaker, or a camera UltraPixel with access to all HTC software developments Zoe. The front camera is 2.1 megapixels.

In addition, we will complete connectivity to HSPA + / WCDMA and all expected in this section of a high-end smartphone, which will have a 3,200 mAh battery.

HTC Butterfly S, Availability and Prices

The new Butterfly S will go on sale in the country matrix HTC, Taiwan, this month of July, and will do so at an estimated price of $ 22,900 Taiwanese.


If you come to cross borders is now unknown, but the precedents are not good, so I do not want to raise false hopes. Insurance market would also here, but the HTC One closes doors.