HTC has launched its new flagship Butterfly in the home country today. The smartphone has been priced at NT$22,990 (USD 790 approx.). Featuring quad-core processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, HTC Butterfly will be available some time before the end-of-year in the market.
HTC has already released the phone in China and Japan countries in Asia. There is no word about the availability in other Asian countries, but we can speculate that it should start selling by January in most of the important HTC markets like India, Singapore and more.
“We are confident that HTC Butterfly will set a new example for high-end smartphones,” chief executive Peter Chou said at the launch in Taipei.
To remind you, HTC Butterfly comes with 5-inch Super LCD 3 FHD display, HSPA+ connectivity, 8MP rear camera, front camera, and 2020 mAH battery.
It will be sold in Black, White and Brown colours in Taiwan.
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