HTC is working on gaining marketshare back after losing most of it to Apple and Samsung. Rumor says that the new Android handset will be released at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, and while it won't come with quite the upgrade the One X did, it will be one of the first 4.7-inch devices with a full HD screen.
The M7, as it is codenamed, will feature a pixel density of 468PPI, which is 40 percent higher than the iPhone 5. It is said to feature a second-gen quad-core Qualcomm processor, clocked at 1.7GHz. 2GB of RAM and 32GB of flash storage complement the full HD screen and powerful processor.
The M7 is reported to be coming with a 13MP camera and f/2.0 lens. There are lots of other improvements rumored in the device, and should arrive at Verizon and Sprint.