The Taiwanese company HTC will launch a new phone, called M4 by the end of June. The rumours say that M4 will look a lot like HTC One, being like a mini version of it. The new HTC smartphone will run on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean). When it comes to the specs, here’s what we know: it features a 4.3 inch display, a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 4 MP camera equipped with UltraPixel technology and LTE connectivity. Following the success registered by One (named the most impressive Android phone ever built), HTC wants to take advantage of the smartphone’s popularity and test how catchy would be a less powerful version of it.
One is the sleekest smartphone available on the market, thing that makes it extremely appealing to those who love slim design. The intriguing M4 could feature a less flashy chassis (replacing the aluminium unibody construction with something less expensive) but keep the thin design line. Based on the impact Galaxy S3 Mini had on less pretentious buyers and the popularity gained by HTC One, M4 has a real chance be a successful!