Moving on, the HTC Butterfly flaunts a 5 incher touchscreen. Many users find this screen size comfortable, though for us the screen size is not appropriate.
The layout of the smartphone also makes an astounding initial impression. It is made mainly from plastic, which is staying away from HTC earlier smartphone. It could be said that HTC is following Samsung who is popular for making plastic handsets.
There are several tiny touches that add to the premium body of the handset. You get slim corners that narrow in from the centre of the thingy. As a straight comparison, we favor the fit & finishing of this smartphone over the famous Galaxy Note 2. Both are huge phones, though the Butterfly is only over 9mm broad & is very lightweight at 140 grams. In comparison, the Note 2 is weighing 180 grams & is somewhat broader at 9.4 mm.
The show stealer feature here is the high definition display. A few handsets at the moment flaunt a screen similar to this.
The HTC Butterfly is running on the v4.1 Jelly Bean edition of Google Android platform. Similar to majority of Taiwanese mobile phone maker smartphones it is layered with the Sense user interface, a cover over the top of the usual Android user interface. Whether users admire the UI or not will finally be a personal liking, though we think that the manufacturer often makes enhancements for changes sake. The default keypad & the multitasking menu, for instance, are two examples where Android default facilities are both better used & more efficient than HTC Sense.
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