At long last, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel for HTC, one that emanates from the 5-inch display of the HTC Droid DNA, also known as the HTC Butterfly. Here’s the latest update on the flagship smartphone’s availability.
We know that the HTC Butterfly will land in China in mid-December, but it looks like those in Taiwan will be able to get their hands on the device first. The Butterfly will be offered by Chunghwa Telecom, the country’s biggest mobile operator, starting from December 11. The price hasn’t been shared yet, but it might retail for $760 without a contract.
Meanwhile, the HTC Butterfly is up for pre-order at Expansys online stores in Italy and across Europe. In Japan, the device will also start selling by mid-December. Here’s hoping that HTC will reveal more dates for its international outing soon.
Are you looking forward to seeing the phone being released in your country? Or are you more interested in hearing more details about the upcoming HTC M7?
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Not looking forward since battery is way too small.
Remember the days that the battery was physically attached to the phone and would act as a back cover ? … now that would allow for a thin device for people not using the phone too much and allow a serious battery for power hungry people.
I do not care for a 8mm thin phone but I do care for 2-3 days worth of use. So make that phone 8.5mm, please.
I’m using note 2 LTE and still have to charge twice a day due to using as hotspot so battery is not an issue with me for any phone because I have to charge them all anyway.