For the rest of us in Asia that’s hoping to see an international version of J butterfly, the image rendering above is said to be the model targeted at Asian markets dubbed as the HTC DLX. Earlier on, HTC has announced the 5″ Full HD J butterfly which pushes a massive 440ppi density screen (pixel per inch) running on quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM which is only available in Japan. Shortly after, a US-market specific model called Droid DNA has been announced as well.
According to the source, there are 3 colours available – white, brown and black. Around the camera lens, there’s a noticable red ring which is similar as the HTC One X+. Spec-wise, it is expected to retain the same internals as the J butterfly with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean running out of the box.
Head after the break for more image rendering of the HTC DLX.
For those waiting for the next best thing from BlackBerry, mark your calendars on 30th January. RIM will launching its BlackBerry 10 line up in multiple countries simultaneously in 2 and half months time. 2 new BlackBerry 10 phones are expected to be announced during the event which likely to be a full touchscreen device and a QWERTY keyboard version. So far RIM hasn’t released the list of countries participating in the global launch.
RIM and its BlackBerry OS needs a new revamp and so far what BlackBerry 10 sets to bring forth looks rather promising. Hopefully this would make BlackBerry a desirable platform once again.