It seems as if smartphone enthusiasts are in for a real treat over the next couple of months. BlackBerry has just launched their new collection of BlackBerry 10 smartphones in Europe and now focus switches to Samsung and HTC for their respective reveals for the highly anticipated Galaxy S4 and M7 handsets.
Both devices are officially on the way, with Samsung rumored to be showing off their device on March 15 and HTC having already scheduled an official launch event on February 19. HTC’s device has again showed up this week in an apparent leaked retail advertisement, and it could be a good indication on when the HTC M7 will go on sale in the UK and other parts of Europe.
The scan provided by this French website claims that the HTC M7 will be available in Europe on March 8, a date that has already been mentioned in the past as one possible launch date for the company. A price of 650 Euros has also been attached to the image, which for those interested converts to around £550 and $870 US.
Don’t forget though that you can never take into account direct currency conversations and it would be almost impossible to see the M7 arrive in the US off contract for more than $800. On top of all that, the authenticity of the image is being put into question as we speak, so it’s a good idea to take both the March 8 date and the potential price in Euros, with a very large pinch of salt.
What we do see though is another glance of rumored specs for the M7, including a 13 megapixel camera, 32GB of storage, NFC, Sense 5.0 UI, 4G LTE capabilities and a 4.7-inch HD screen. At least we don’t have to wait long until HTC’s event finally gets underway – let us know your initial impressions of the device so far.
Are you considering buying one in the UK and US?