Earlier this year a small phone surfaced known as the HTC Mini, whose sole purpose is to connect to the HTC Butterfly, which is known as the DNA in the U.S. The HTC Mini surfaced again, only this time in the U.K.
HTC has released its Sense 5 update for the popular Taiwanese Butterfly handset, but the update hasn’t yet made its way to the US Droid DNA.
The successor to the HTC Butterfly (and the Droid DNA) is now official. Packing souped up specs and several features borrowed from the One, the Butterfly s shines in the battery life department.
The Butterfly S, however, is more like a beefed up One. While no reliable specs are available, it is said to have a larger battery, Micro SD slot, and updated Snapdragon processor. Expect the phone later this month.
A new report shows seems to indicate that HTC may be already working on a future Butterfly generation.
Star S5 Butterfly, a 5-inch quad-core smartphone with Android 4.2 on-board, looks a lot like its namesake
The Star S5 Butterfly, a 5-inch quad-core smartphone with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean on-board, looks a lot like its namesake, the HTC Butterfly.
A thorough Full HD display comparison has found that the HTC Butterfly and Oppo Find 5 offer a better overal performance than the Sony Xperia Z.
Faced with unprecedented demand for its Butterfly handset, HTC has announced a second generation of the 5-inch smartphone.
If you’re wondering whether Sense 5 will make it to other HTC phones, we’re hearing from HTC that it’ll be bringing the new UI to select devices.
There’s plenty of 1080p competition for the HTC Butterfly (aka J Butterfly, aka Droid DNA), but it’s obvious the battle for supremacy will be carried against Sony’s Xperia Z.