HTC has taken the wraps off of the Butterfly S, the follow-up to its first 1080p Butterfly smartphone, and now pumped up with features like UltraPixel from the HTC One. The new Butterfly S has a 5-inch, 1080p Super LCD 3 display, using optical lamination and scratch-resistant glass to best present its 440ppi resolution, and has a 4-megapixel UltraPixel camera on the back supporting HTC Zoe.
HTC's new mini version of the HTC One - variously known as the HTC One mini, HTC M4, and other names - has apparently leaked, showing the smaller Android smartphone nestling up against its flagship sibling. The details, from Delfee.ee, tip a 4.3-inch handset (versus the 4.7-inch of the original One) running at 720p HD resolution, along with UltraPixel camera technology.
If you've got a hankering for an HTC One with a smaller display size and a body like the HTC first, but without so much Facebook onboard, you might be in luck! This week the HTC M4 has been tipped, a similar code-name onboard to the HTC One (which was code-named M7) complete with specifications that suggest it's a slightly different delivery of the HTC First without Facebook Home - Sense instead!
This week we're seeing HTC come into the light with a massively important new device by the name of HTC One, and with it, a new collection of features included under the "HTC UltraPixel Camera" umbrella. With the features we're working with here on the HTC One hero phone's implementation of HTC UltraPixel Camera, you'll find that image quality is, first and foremost, not solely dependent on the amount of megapixels a camera has. HTC UltraPixel Camera technology is here demonstrated with an UltraPixel Sensor, HTC ImageChip, f/2.0 Aperture, and Optical Image Stabilization.