HTC J Butterfly is the first android smartphone on the market with 1080 display and it was first released in Japan. Then the company brought it’s stunning screen to the American carrier Verizon Wireless in the device called HTC Droid DNA.
Now the Taiwanese phone maker has finally announced the global variant of the smartphone in the name called Butterfly. Its specifications are seem to be identical to the Droid DNA. Aside from that there is nothing new in this device. As of now, it doesn’t announce its price and availability but we can expect before Christmas or New Year.
The HTC Butterfly has excellent 5 inch display with 1080p resolution, it was spotted by EVleaks on the HTC Website (it was evleaks earlier too, who announced the name HTC Deluxe for the same phone). Further it has the pixel density of 440 PPI, and it is supposed to deliver the superior sharpness, better accuracy in colors and a vibrant color output.
Further, it has 2GB of RAM to support the speed, and the phone would have a 16GB of Internal storage, while you can expand that using MicroSD card. It has 8 megapixel camera with auto focus, LED Flash, and BSI Sensor which would assist in good capturing in low-light conditions.
It would have a 1080p HD video recording, and there is a dedicated HTC ImageChip which would remove any shutter lag, for the instant capturing of pictures. The front camera would be a 2.1 megapixel one and its battery level is 2020 mAh battery , and this could be quite less when compared to those 5 inch and larger screen phones like the Galaxy Note II which has a 3100 mAh battery.