Updated on:Dec 01, 2015
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An outstanding smartphone with ultimate features
HTC Butterfly has got monstrous features and lets its buyer lead in every way. It is a promising device and makes a long lasting impression with the tremendous blend of features it has got. It is expected to give a tough competition to the flagship devices offered by various global tech giants such as Sony Xperia Z, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Apple iPhone 5.
HTC Butterfly X920D (Black)
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HTC Butterfly X920d
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HTC Butterfly X920D
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HTC Butterfly Black
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The phone has made it to the Indian shores and interestingly even though it features a gigantic screen, HTC doesn`t like to call it a phablet (a term popularly used for 5-inch+ phones). The phone boasts of high-end specifications but does that justify the Rs. 45,999 price tag of the phone? We try to find out. Design/ HardwareWe found the design of the phone to be really attractive, and the first thing that one notices is that despite the big 5-in...
The HTC Butterfly is one of an increasingly common breed: a high-quality Android phone that is not going to be released in the UK. Here's our HTC Butterfly review....
Verdict: Not available in the UK, it's worth reading about the HTC Butterfly to whet your appetite for the full HD smartphones we expect this year. But we wouldn't say it is worth paying over the odds for a grey import....
I figured I’d show you guys my Butterfly, so here’s a quick unboxing. As you know, the HTC Butterfly launched in India yesterday, and we’ve been lucky enough to have ours for a week. That 1080p screen has really grown on me, but here’s a brief unboxing before I go into that. [divider] [divider]...
HTC has already kicked off 2013 with a bang by launching India’s first smartphone with a Full HD display. This trend will soon pick up pace as Sony gets ready to launch the Xperia Z, followed by Samsung and other OEMs, who’ll announce their flagships at MWC 2013 in a few weeks. As it stands now, the HTC Butterfly is the only handset in the market with a Full HD display that gives full reign over the high-end segment. Priced at iPhone ...
Overall User Rating (3.5 Out of 5 based on 367 ratings)
Overall: Letâ€™s see what we have got here.
FROM FLAGSHIP POINT OF VIEW
HTC Butterfly: 5 Inches, 1080 P screen, Quad-core 1.5 GHz Krait, long in the tooth UI with predictable set of features, good build quality, 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, 8 MP Camera, all this at mind boggling Rs 45890/-
SONY Xperia Z: 5 Inches, 1080 P screen, Quad-core 1.5 GHz Krait, lesser UI customization for better Android ....
Overall: HTC butterfly was the first to come out with a full HD display and its price elsewhere is really competetive but here in india, the price of 45k is simply insane.
Compare this with Xperia Z or to be more price Xperia ZL because ZL is something that has similar features with Butterfly. the price difference is insane. HTC needs to cut down the price by atleast 10k, even if it has priced the ....
Overall: Now, most of them have already commented how this phone is over priced. Blah blah blah.. yap yap.. anyway, I don't want to get in to that. This phone is not for a person who is not interested in personalizing the look and feel of a phone. Trust me, you will feel that its overpriced. I was planning to but HTC one, but nerver liked what they had done with 4.2.2 update. I ordered this phone on 11th s....