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این اسمارت فون توسط شرکت محبوب HTC تولید و روانه بازار شده است و با دو نام دلوکس و باترفلای شناخته میشود. ویژگی دیگر HTC Butterfly صفحه نمایش بزرگ 5 اینچی آن است که ابعاد تصویرش به 1920*1080 پیکسل می رسد. پردازنده گوشی چهار هسته ای 1.5 گیگاهرتزی و از نوع Snapdragon S4 Pro است. دوربین های جلویی و عقبی گوشی به ترتیب 8 و 2 مگاپیکسلی هستند
این اسمارت فون ساخت کشور تایوان میباشد.
- 5″ inch Full HD Display
- Expandable storage up to 32GB
- Smooth Operating system
- Gorgeous looking
- Non-removable battery
- Sense 4+ (We know 5 is around the corner)
- No DC-HSDPA
The HTC Butterfly is a stunning device, especially in this glossy red. A number of people I have shown the device to have agreed, it is gorgeous to look at and even though it encases a 5″ screen it still fits perfectly in the hand. The sturdiness of the build is as you would expect from a HTC device, second to none. I’m a little weary of scratching the back though with the glossy finish. A rear skin or case would definitely be needed to keep it looking pristine. I’m currently carrying my glasses wipe around and laying the device on that.
The Butterfly comes with 16GB storage built in which is more than enough for most. If not, there is also an expandable Micro SD slot, hiding behind the secret door, that will take up to 32GB for those extra storage needs.
The Screen that comes on this device is immense, a super crisp picture on a 5″ screen capable of allowing full HD, 1920×1080 (441ppi) on a mobile phone this is incredible and for it to sit comfortably in the hand as mentioned earlier is an even better feat. You can get HD content samples freely available on the Internet, download one of these one this device and it truly will blow you away! Don’t worry to much about scratching the screen either on this device, although it is possible, the Corning Gorilla Glass 2 makes it quite difficult to do so.
With a familiar 1.5GHz quad-core CPU coupled with 2GB RAM, any OS you stick on this monster of a device will be a doddle to run. Android 4.1.1 even though it includes Sense 4+ is no different. The system is fantastically smooth, you have elegant scrolling through emails and massive contact lists. I never had any lag or choppyness whilst using the device. You also get the usual chips inside for WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth, some models of the Butterfly also include LTE, unfortunately not this one.
The battery is a non-removable 2020mAh. I am always cautious when it comes to battery life as I’m a power hog but this Butterfly really surprised me. Taking the device off charge at 7AM on the day that battery life stood out, I had my Coolsmartphone email syncing all the time, typed about 10 email replies, spent 10 mins on GTalk, 30 mins browsing and a 2 hr phone call! There was still 28% left by 10PM. HTC have cracked it, there was no suffering to performance either.
The norm on camera phones at the moment seems to be 8-MegaPixels, this is no different, the picture quality is very good but I wouldn’t consider it excellent… I’m not a massive camera user and it might be the screen that seems to let the viewfinder down and give a false impression of the camera being weak. Here are a couple of samples. There is a picture taken indoors and outside.
Ports + Switches
On the top you have one of the two microphones, a standard 3.5mm headphone socket along with the power button, which is slap bang in the middle, I think its a very good place for it, next to that you have a dust cover, as this phone has no removable back or battery they needed somewhere to put the SIM slot accompanying the SIM slot is the Micro SD hole.
On the right hand side there is the Volume rocker which is surrounded by a grill look side panel.
On the bottom, the Micro-USB for syncing and charging, it’s not on its own though there is another mic which is the main one. Just a note: the mentioned dust covers are attached by a little piece of flexible plastic.
On the left side there is nothing apart from the grill look side panel