HTC Butterfly S Official, Snapdragon 600 Processor, Sense 5.0 with HTC Ultrapixel Camera (Video)
After a long string of leaks and rumours, HTC has Officially took the wraps off from HTC Butterfly S today in an event in Taiwan. Butterfly S is an upgraded version of original HTC Butterfly. HTC has added many new stuff on this smartphone, whose list can find below. The Butterfly S comes with improved processor and battery with new features.
As per the reports of VR-Zone, HTC Butterfly S features 5-inch Full HD 1080p resolution display having 440PPI density, 1.9GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Processor as seen on Samsung Galaxy S4 Snapdragon 600 variant, 2GB RAM and Android
Specs & Features of Butterfly S -
- Display -
- Screen - 5-inch Full HD
- Resolution - 1920x1080p
- Dimensions - 144.5x70.5x10.6mm
- Density - 440PPI
- Weigh - 160g
- Processor - 1.9GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600
- Android OS -
4.1.2 or4.2.2 Jelly Bean with HTC Sense 5.0
- RAM - 2GB
- Camera -
- Rear - 4MP Ultrapixel with BSI Sensor, HTC Imagechip, F2.0 and HDR support
- Front - 2.1MP
- Storage - 16GB internal, expandable using microSD Card
- Battery - 3200mAh
- Additional Features - Wi-Fi 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n, Quad-Band HSPA, Bluetooth 4.0, Infrared, GPS GLONASS, DLNA, NFC, HTC Sense Voice, HTC Zoe, HTC Boomsound, Beats Audio, and HTC Share
Other features include, 16GB internal storage with expandable microSD card support and 25GB free cloud storage with 4MP Ultrapixel camera with BSI Sensor, HTC Imagechip, F2.0 and HDR support and a 2.1MP front facing camera. The smartphone also packs 3200mAh Battery, which is a huge upgrade over the original.
Connectivity series include, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/ac/b/g/n, Quad-Band HSPA, Bluetooth 4.0, Infrared, GPS GLONASS, DLNA and NFC. HTC has also included, HTC Sense Voice, HTC Zoe, HTC Boomsound, Beats Audio, and HTC Share on HTC Butterfly S.
The smartphone will be available in Taiwan next month for NT$22,900 which is approx US $766 and Rs. 44,000. There is no word on international release yet.
Source - Chinese Engadget