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HTC M4, G2 Now In The Works?

Unwired View, via the Twitter user @evleaks, has gotten word that HTC is preparing two new handsets. The smartphones, allegedly codenamed the HTC M4 and G2, are expected to be released later this year, possibly during spring. According to the tipster, the device is believed to be not slated to make an appearance during the Mobile World Congress.


Along with the leaked codenames, several key specifications of the M4 and G2 have also been supposedly revealed.

The HTC M4 is a less flashy smartphone as compared to the M7, but it still comes with pretty powerful specifications. This smartphone is said to have a dual-core Snapdragon processor with a clock speed of 1.2GHz. It will also pack 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. For its display, the M4 offers a 4.3-inch screen with a 720p resolution. The handset’s front-facing camera has a 1.6-megapixel image sensor whereas its rear-facing one is equipped with a 13-megapixel sensor, f/2.0 aperture, and 1080p resolution. This rear-facing camera is the same as the one found on the M7. The M4 will draw its power from a 1700mAh battery and features Android Jelly Bean as its operating system.

On the other hand, the HTC G2 is a smartphone targeted at the low-end market segment. Said device offers a single-core ARM Cortex processor running at 1GHz, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage. It also comes with a microSD card slot for memory expansion in case users need more storage space. The HTC G2 has, for its display, a 3.5-inch 480 x 320 (HVGA) screen. Also onboard is a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera. Android Ice Cream Sandwich is its operating system.

HTC, it would be noted, is scheduled to unveil its flagship smartphone, which has the codename M7, in a press conference on February 19th. Said device is rumored to hit the market on March 8th.

via unwiredview

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