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HTC M7 comparison video highlights design

Even before MWC there are countless leaks appearing on the Internet in regards to the HTC M7, and those of you who are interested in this upcoming handset may be interested to know that there is now a HTC M7 comparison video, which helps to highlight its design my putting some of the parts up against previous smartphones from the Taiwanese manufacturer.

It looks as though someone has been able to obtain what is believed to be the front and rear-housing parts for the HTC M7 and as a way to show you the differences from other handsets ETrade Supply has used the Droid DNA and the HTC One X as a perfect comparison. You’ll notice right away just how much thinner the M7 is when compared to those handsets and has gone for a more conventional straight design.

While you’ll notice a few new additions with the M7, such as a dedicated camera button it does lack in other areas, like the waterproof ability of the Droid DNA. While this may not be a huge deal to some of you, others will now have to purchase a third-party case in order to give them the protection from water

There are also noticeable differences to the rear of the M7 case, such as the flash being in a different position and the Beats logo looking a little different. Watch the video below for a full analysis on the front and rear HTC M7 parts. Thankfully we don’t have that long to wait until the M7 gets its official unveil because as we recently reported HTC will make the announcement in London ahead of MWC.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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