The HTC M4 has been floating around the rumour mill for quite a while now, but today we’re finally seeing what this device actually looks like thanks to @evleaks and Phonearena. As you can see from the render above, the M4 is ultimately a smaller version of the HTC One. How much smaller, you ask? Well the M4 has a 4.3-inch 720p display (versus 4.7-inch 1080p of the One), 16GB memory, 2GB RAM, and a dual-core CPU (One has a quad-core).
The M4 will carry on HTC’s use of the UltraPixel though the actual amount of.. UltraPixels.. is still not known. The battery has also been toned down to 1700mAh from the 2300mAh in the One. The M4 is expected to ship in the second quarter of this year with LTE on board, as well as Android 4.2.
So if you’re after a slightly smaller version of the HTC One, this piece of stunning hardware has got you covered. What do you think of it?