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HTC M7 visual ahead of M4 and G2, particulars listed

As you know HTC is to hold a press event on February 19 to officially unveil their new flagship handset, but there was a treat in store for those who attended the company’s end of year party, as the CEO took to the stage with the HTC M7 in his hand, which was caught on camera and in no time at all made its way to YouTube. That’s not all; it looks as though there are two other handsets coming as well, the M4 and G2.

Going back to the other story first because while on stage HTC’s CEO heard chants from the crowd saying M7, M7 and so he took the phone out and decided to give the camera a little test. You cannot get much from the images, but you should just make out the form factor, although we also had video footage of these from the front and rear parts.

Once HTC unveils their M7 flagship handset this will then pave the way for two more handsets, the mid-range M4 and the entry-level G2 and the specs have also been spotted as well. There are several sources to suggest that these will be launched alongside the M7, but this is highly unlikely because they could take the shine away from their flagship model.

Looking at the HTC M4 specs this a decent device, although the hardware is a step lower than the M7, which is to be expected. If the rumor is true then we can expect a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapgragon processor, a 4.3-inch display, 16GB storage, 2GB of RAM and comes installed with Android jelly bean 4.2.

As for the HTC G2 particulars a 1GHz Arm Cortex chip should keep things running alongside 512MB of RAM and 4GB storage. Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 should be the OS of choice. What do you think of these two leaked smartphones from HTC?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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