The folks over at Unwired View claim that a trusted source that had access to an early version of the HTC M7 firmware also let them have a peek at the HTC M7, which is touted to be the savior for the stumbling smartphone manufacturer that once was seen as though they could not put a foot wrong. What you see here is a render that was plucked from a short animation clip that tells HTC M7 owners how to perform a SIM card installation for the first time.
As you can see, the HTC M7 render above does not come with HTC’s branding as well as other juicy details that we would like to get our hands on, such as distinct screen borders and the like, which means that this will most probably not be the final design that HTC is settling for. I guess we will just have to sit tight and wait for the final version of the HTC M7 to be unveiled as Mobile World Congress happens in Barcelona next month.
Speculated hardware specifications of the HTC M7 include a 4.7-inch Full HD display that is a departure from the seemingly new flagship standard of 5” , but at least it comes with a quad-core 1.7GHz processor to keep up with the times.
There is also a very good chance for folks living in the US that the HTC M7 will arrive across all major mobile carriers instead of being limited to just one, with whispers of an unlocked price that settles itself slightly more than the $600 mark.