First render of HTC M7 spills online

First render of HTC M7 spills online

We have been hearing quite a bit about the upcoming HTC M7 over the last few weeks but we’ve yet to see what it looks like. That changes today, allegedly, as the first photo of the device has landed online. The image you see here is said to be from a tutorial video for installing the SIM card and doesn’t show any carrier branding. Reportedly, the HTC M7 will employ the rarely used IR port which is to have some sort of learning capabilities.

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As a recap, the M7 is expected to feature a 4.7-inch full HD display, a 1.7GHz, quad-core processor, and other high-end hardware. It is rumored that the smartphone will come to a number of U.S. carriers this spring, possibly on all of the major players.

 

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32 Comments

  1. Daniel Rocha
    January 16, 12:20 Reply

    So, it shares the same design as the iPhone 5… I see what you are doing since you signed that deal with Apple, HTC…

  2. Nika
    January 16, 13:28 Reply

    Looks like an iphone

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