Mobile World Congress is quickly coming into view, and when it arrives, we expect handset makers to come out swinging with next generation devices that continue to push the envelope. HTC
certainly plans on doing so. The company is reportedly waiting for MWC to reveal the well equipped M7, a new flagship phone that will take the torch from the One X
Citing a "previously reliable source," the folks over at UnwiredView
say the M7 will sport a quad-core Snapdragon
processor clocked at 1.7GHz. It will also feature a 1080p 4.7-inch display, making it one of the first Full HD smartphones.
HTC's upcoming M7 handset will replace the One X (pictured above) as the company' flagship smartphone.
Other rumored features include 2GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, 13MP rear-facing camera, 2MP front facing camera, stereo speakers with Beats Audio, 4G LTE, and Android Jelly Bean
That's quite the spec sheet and it trumps anything currently available, though LG's Optimus G
comes close (on paper), as it also boasts a quad-core processor (1.5GHz) and a 13MP camera (Sprint version).