While HTC doesn’t exactly spell it out in the teaser itself, a new teaser image from HTC is almost certainly for the upcoming HTC M7, a device that is rumored to launch on February 19th in both London and in New York City.
HTC just hasn’t seemed to be able to stay quiet about its upcoming smartphone. Over the past few weeks we’ve seen the HTC M7 emerge in several leaks, culminating in HTC’s event invites for February 19th and HTC’s CEO Peter Chou showing off the HTC M7 amidst a crowd of workers chanting its name. We have also seen the company tease a possible feature as it says that it expects to launch high quality audio and cameras on its devices in 2013.
That tease came just a few hours after a rumor surfaced claiming the HTC M7 sports three 4.3-megapixel sensors which is something that the company may call Ultrapixel technology. Fueling the fire is yet another tease from HTC which comes from Germany, courtesy of BestBoyZ which is likely for the upcoming HTC M7.
The new tease is a bit of a head-scratcher in that it doesn’t show off any sort of device, a silhouette of a device, an anagram, or anything really typical of a pre-launch teaser. Instead, the teaser depicts a heart that seems to be connected to some sort of circuit board which seems to be pumping blood through the circuitry.
It also says that something will be “Alive Soon” which more than likely refers to the HTC M7. No, the tease doesn’t outright say M7, but that’s to be expected given that the device is supposed to be unofficial.
HTC plans to announce something at two February launch events and all signs point to its new flagship, the HTC M7, as the centerpiece of the events. The device is rumored to not only have a spectacular camera capable of taking clear and crisp images, but also a 4.7-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, Android Jelly Bean and support for AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint at the start with a launch on Verizon coming later.
Rumor has it that supplies may be scarce at the start with HTC trimming production, but that obviously won’t rear its face until the device arrives on shelves, rumored to be in the early part of March for Europe.