HTC Butterfly was a bestseller in the past two years. According to Taiwanese source, the second generation of the Butterfly is going to be launched in Q3 2013.
The 2nd generation Butterfly is going to feature a 1080p display, having built-in Blinkfeed information integration application and the BoomSound by beatsaudio, following the standard specification set by the HTC One which is being launched worldwide this month. In addition, it will adopt an HTC One-alike UltraPixel Super HD Camera. The UltraPixel is build to be capable of absorbing 300% more light than normal cell phone cameras while reducing the resolution to only 4 mega pixels. The Butterfly 2 has begun its OTA testing last month as we have reported. It will be available in 3 different network setting models, running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad Core Processor. Obviously, this is a bigger version of the HTC One. However, we are not sure if HTC is going to continue with its Unibody aluminum design and the release date is still yet to be confirmed. In another development, the same Taiwanese source indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, the HTC’s major rival in terms of phablets, is going to apply a 5.99 inch 1080p Super AMOLED screen with its homemade Exynos 5 Octa Core Processor.
HTC and Samsung have together dominated the media coverage for their HTC One and also the Galaxy S IV. Their Quad core devices has led the mobile industry to a new page of competition in terms of hardware specification. Despite the ever-improving hardware, these manufactures remain clueless with regards to battery performance improvement.
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