HTC has achieved great success thanks to their best model HTC One. Apart from the specification, this device offers a very likable appearance and high quality of the materials used, so many consider it the most reliable phone on the market (except for the water-resistant ones). It is interesting, however, that not only users say thank you for its appearance, but also the manufacturer himself, who seems to be in love with HTC One, so he plans to literally put his new Windows Phone model in the case of this phone. As if a similar story with the HTC One Mini wasn’t enough for them. Not to mention the HTC One Max. The mentioned Windows Phone will be called HTC Harmony.
HTC Harmony design and screen
HTC Harmony 2
So, the next HTC Windows Phone will be identical to the One, which is generally not a bad idea, because if people already like what that phone looks like, why change things. According to available information, the HTC Harmony will be unveiled in November, and its main trump card will be the 4.7-inch Super LCD 3 screen from its Android counterpart. Thanks to certain improvements, the screen will emit an image with a resolution of 1080 × 1920 pixels. That’s really great. Even if we know that the pixel density per inch is as high as 468, then it is clear what kind of screen it is.
HTC Harmony specification
HTC Harmony 3Of the rest of the specs that HTC Harmony will bring, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage should be singled out. As for the processor, it will most likely be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (without accurate speed data). Quite expectedly, HTC will use its UltraPixel technology for the camera, as well as a 2,300mAh battery.
HTC Harmony impression
If all this information turns out to be correct, there is no reason for HTC Harmony not to delight with its appearance. Having another version of the HTC One smartphone is really nice news. It will also be very interesting to see how the increasingly popular Windows Phone OS will fit into such a powerful configuration.
How do you feel about this combination in the body of HTC Harmony?