HTC DLX poses for the camera with 5inch 1080p display

first_imgIt looks like the HTC J Butterfly will soon emerge from its cocoon and make its way west as the HTX DLX, which according to a new batch of leaked photos is due to land on Verizon‘s network in the coming weeks. The red-ringed camera opening and earpiece hearken back to the venerable Droid Incredible, and HTC shows once again that it’s not ready to give up on hardware buttons just yet.Like the Butterfly, the DLX is one beastly Android smartphone. It starts with a 5-inch, 1080p display– which would place the DLX in pretty select company with only the Oppo Find 5 and the Butterfly sporting similar screens. For those of you keeping tabs on the pixel density chest-pounding, that’s a whopping 440ppi. That’s more than enough to ensure this king-sized display will still look crystal clear even when you’re holding it up close.Under the hood, the HTC DLX hides a quad-core processor. While this particular leak doesn’t offer any specific direction, it’s thought that HTC has used a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro. If this is in fact a re-styled J Butterfly, that makes sense and should mean that it’s clocked at 1.5GHz, too. Again like the J, the DLX reportedly packs 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage — with a micros SD slot at the ready for easy expandability.It’s rumored that a 2500mAh non-removable battery hides beneath the soft-touch back. That’s a big bump over the J, which only carries an 1810mAh power pack and it’s nearly 20% bigger than the battery in the recently-launched One X+. And speaking of the One X+, the DLX may well feature the same 8MP rear-facing and 1.6MP front-facing cameras as its slightly-smaller sibling.With all these five-inch phones heading to carriers this fall, it’s enough to make you think that Dell was just a tad early to the dance when it took the wraps off the Streak in 2010.More at Android Centrallast_img

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