HTC announces 5-inch smartphone with full HD resolution: J Butterfly

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HTC has its new flagship smartphone J Butterfly presented, which will be launched initially in Japan on the market. It features a 5-inch Super LCD display with a full HD resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels and a pixel density of 440 ppi (“pixels per inch”, ie pixels per inch). By comparison, reached a 4-inch retina display of the iPhone 5 “only” 326 ppiHowever, the human eye is about 300 ppi details can not perceive.

Driven is the Android 4.1 device from Qualcomm’s quad-core CPU Snapdragon S4 Pro (APQ8064) with 1.5 GHz and Adreno-320 GPU. It is used for example in Asus’ Padfone 2 used. Processor 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory are on hand. The latter can be expanded using microSD card to 32 GB. The operating system Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is with HTC’s Sense interface 4 +.

For full HD video recording features the Butterfly J via a rear 8-megapixel cameraIt is complemented by a 2.1-megapixel webcam on the front for video calling. Of connectivity options are available with IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPRS, UMTS and LTE. Use a micro-USB port as well as the Beats Audio sound technology on board. The battery has a capacity of 2020 mAh.

The J Butterfly measures 14.3 times 7.1 times 0.9 inches and weighs 140 grams makes it a little more compact and lighter than LG’s 5-inch device Optimus Vu or Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 with 5.55-inch screen .HTC wants to bring the J Butterfly in December in the colors red, black and white on the market.Price has not yet been notified.

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