We're getting ever so closer to Mobile World Congress, which is set to begin later this month. All of the big Android device manufacturers will be their touting their new smartphones, tablets, what have you. However, HTC is planning their own little shindig a bit earlier on February 19. Today HTC's German division is teasing us with what is possibly a small peak into what they have brewing for the upcoming event, and we think it's the M7 that everyone's talking about.
Of course, you may notice right away that there's a giant human heart in the middle of the teaser, with circuits surrounding it, and at some points, connecting to the heart, making us believe that HTC has some sort of cyborg in the works, but we also wouldn't be surprised if it was the infamous M7 that we've been hearing so much about.
Thanks to HTC CEO Peter Chou, who decided to start an M7 battle cry at an event in Taipei, we know the M7 is coming, but we're simply not sure when it'll be announced and such. We've seen plenty of images and renders leak, allowing us a look into what the new phone might look like -- essentially just large slab of silicon and plastic that we're used to seeing from HTC.
HTC is rumored to be using a new kind of camera sensor for the M7, stacking several 4.3MP sensors on top of one another instead of using a single large-MP sensor. Other than that, it seems like it's the same old song and dance, with a 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro chip, 2GB of RAM, a 1080p display, and a ton of other goodies that we're sure users will scream over.