As expected from one of the best mobile brand which offers quality-product, HTC has just announced the upcoming availability of its next Android smartphone, the HTC Butterfly S.
It’s just kinda disappointing because the smartphone will be available beginning next month, only in selected markets across the Asia-Pacific.
Meanwhile, there is no confirmation yet on HTC Butterfly S’ release in other territories, such as; Europe, Middle East or Africa, but we’ll keep an eye for further updates.
HTC Butterfly S will be available on the market in July for around $765 and customers will be able to choose from different color schemes, such as; red, white, black and grey.
The smartphone is equipped with a powerful 1.9 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor and 2GB of RAM. In addition, it will boast a stunning 5-inch full HD (1080p) Super LCD 3 capacitive touchscreen display.
According to HTC, the Butterfly S will be powered by HTC’s longest lasting battery to date, which packs 3,200 mAh of raw power.
Obviously, it will run on an Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS, along with HTC’s latest version of HTC Sense 5. The device will also feature HTC’s BoomSound dual rear-facing stereo speaker and two dedicated amplifiers, complemented by Beats Audio integration for high-quality music sound.
The famous UltraPixel camera is also included in the HTC Butterfly S, making the best photo. It goes along with a 2.1-megapixel wide-angle shooter on the front.
Last but not least, the Butterfly S comes by default with 16GB of internal memory, but users will be able to further expand storage up to 64GB via microSD memory card.
“We’ve upgraded the popular HTC Butterfly to reflect the new standards set by the HTC One for smartphone performance. The HTC Butterfly changed the way people looked at a smartphone thanks to the world’s first full HD 1080p, 5-inch screen and that complete viewing experience has been taken to the next level with HTC BlinkFeed. HTC BoomSound and HTC Zoe integration also make the experience of the HTC Butterfly S unlike that of any other 5-inch device,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC Corporation.