HTC Announces J Butterfly: The Most Impressive Android Device Specs Wise?

You believe you have seen everything in life and then comes a device that totally blows you off. And sometimes such surprises are what makes our lives interesting, the sort of stuff you never got any sniff about. And HTC hands down holds the record for surprising the tech community the most, be it in a good or bad way. They really drove us crazy wanting to touch their latest 8X and 8S devices but at least there were a few rumors before the device came down and hit upon us. This time though it seems like an atom bomb has just exploded and given us a device with features and specs you would quite literally slap your mom for. Yet again though HTC has surprised us both in a good and bad way.

The good way is simple, HTC J Butterfly promises to be the most powerful Android experience you could have imagined so far, yet the bad way is it doesn’t quite have the juice to do it all for a very long time. The owners of previous Android Flagship for HTC, the One X can pretty much relate to it. Though the J Butterfly sports an SLCD 3.5 inch screen with 440+ PPI incredible screen which is running the exploits of a 1.5GHz quad core processor and 2GB of RAM, the device has a meager 2900 mAH battery. The phone has an 8 MP rear shooter and a 2.1 MP front facing camera. This also would be the first device to be running a full 1080P display right off the box which is absolutely amazing. The phone has 16GB storage and is capable of sporting an SD card capable of storing upto 32 GB of your multimedia. There is also LTE on the board. It also has Sense 4+ interface with Android Jelly Bean 4.1 running right out of the box.

The bad thing though is all this goodness for now is available exclusively to Japan. However, HTC has confirmed that this amazing display would soon be making way to other devices across the globe. I am really looking forward to watching this device in action, what about you? Do let us know what do you think about HTC J Butterfly in section below.

Via: Technobuffalo

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