The HTC Butterfly S is supposedly the phone in a few newly leaked images, coming from Chinese website VR-Zone, which, also claims to know a couple of other details.
The new HTC Butterfly S, which follows in the footsteps of the J Butterfly (or Droid DNA), is set to be unveiled by the company at a press event in Taiwan on June 19, but details about the device are pretty scarce at the moment.
The pictures show a device that’s very similar to its predecessor in terms of design. The quoted source says will have a 5-inch Full HD display. This only comes to confirm previous rumors, which were mentioning the same screen size.
The website also mentions that the new device would have BoomSound speakers (and you can see that in the pictures, too), thus giving up on the back speaker. This is seen even more clearly in these other images, which you can take a look at below.
Another thing you’ve probably noticed in the images is that the device has the Sense 5 interface on top of Android.
According to previous rumors, the HTC Butterfly S will come with an internal memory of 16GB (but you’ll also get a microSD card slot on board, so you’ll be able to add more to it), a better CPU in comparison to the HTC One, and an Ultrapixel camera. The handset will cost around $670, according to a recent report.
Not much else is known about the device, but the launch event is only a week away, so we’re a short while from finding out.
Are you looking forward to the HTC Butterfly S?