HTC J Butterfly Review

Just think of a powerful smartphone with a 5-inch screen, the lights in your head come on. HTC is the main protagonist of the rumors and rumors circulating on the internet about their new premium smartphone with the aforementioned screen diagonal. Of course, there were also photos of that phone, which was “registered” under the name HTC 6435. As it usually happens, this phone got other names, so the story moved in different directions. Ipka, this phone was officially released in Japan a few days ago, but under the name HTC J Butterfly.
HTC J Butterfly and powerful display

HTC J Butterfly has a 5-inch Super 3 display with a full HD resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. At the same time, this screen has an incredible 440 pixels per inch, which is far more than any competitor and therefore somewhat reminiscent of Motorola Razr Maxx, which has a battery as big as a warehouse compared to competitors’ batteries.
When HTC released the then best model HTC One X, it was considered that its screen was, if not the best, then among the top three best displays on the market. The HTC J Butterfly now definitely has the best image reproduction, which seems to blend in with the edges of the screen.
The HTC J Butterfly looks pretty compact

Although it has a large screen, the HTC J Butterfly with only 9.1 mm thickness looks very compact and according to people who have had the opportunity to hold it in their hand, it is easy to hold in your hand and in your pocket.
The HTC J Butterfly will have a pretty strong specification

HTC J Butterfly will run on version 4.1 of Android, or Jelly Bean. The new powerful HTC will also have a fairly strong 2020 mAh battery, which will “have to” withstand the operation of a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8064 processor with a frequency of 1.5 GHz. 2 GB of RAM is in charge of storing the working memory. There is also an 8 MP camera with improved optics.
HTC J Butterfly – design with style

Despite the great specs, the HTC J Butterfly exudes a simple yet harmonious design. It will most likely be available in three colors, which should complete the offer of this potentially very dangerous competitor to all previous leaders of the Android smartphone market.

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