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NewsPoster May 1, 2013 07:47 AM
HTC M4 mid-range smartphone leaked with One design cues
Serial, but reliable leaker @evleaks, has uncovered a press shot for a forthcoming HTC handset carrying the codename 'M4'. From its appearance, the M4 takes its design cues directly from its flagship stable mate the <a href=" http://www.electronista.com/articles/13/02/26/android.flagship.at.mwc/">HTC One</a>, which carried the 'M7' designation before its official launch. Although it is likely to be priced at a tier below the HTC One, the device retains the same level of build quality, but centers on a smaller 4.3-inch display.<br /><br />However, in addition to attention to design detail, there is enough quality componentry in the device to help it appeal to users looking for a high-end Android device, but with a smaller footprint. Its 4.3-inch display has a 720p resolution, while it also incorporates an unspecified Snapdragon dual-core processor matched with 2GB of RAM. <br />
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Internal storage is set at just 16GB of RAM, however, which is also non-expandable like its completely sealed big brother. Similarly, the battery is not removable, but packs a respectable 1700mAh. HTC is also said to be persisting with its UltraPixel tech, incorporating a lower megapixel camera, possibly the same as the HTC One, but which focuses on delivering more light to its sensor.<br />
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The HTC 'M4' is expected to debut before the end of Q2, and will ship with support for 4G LTE and run Android 4.2 'Jelly Bean.' [<a href="http://macnn.com/rd/284678==http://www.phonearena.com/news/HTC-M4-brings-One-style-sensibility-downmarket_id42524" rel='nofollow' rel='nofollow'>via</a> <em>Phone Arena</em>]<br />
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