HTC will be back with the Aero

HTC will be back with the Aero

The struggling smartphone maker HTC will debut a new smartphone under the brand name of Aero sometime this fall. Aero will be the weapon that might turn the fortunes of HTC or so the company hopes but even then it will not be a flagship product – instead the smartphone will rely on its design to catch attention.

There’s little information on the tech specs of the upcoming device but we will share it with you anyway. The Aero is expected to arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with support for 64-bit computing and the smartphone will also have a camera with an aperture of F/1.9 and support for the RAW file format. The Aero is also said to have a curved 2.5D QHD display (2560 x 1440 pixels) and Gorilla Glass 4 protection. Unfortunately the size of the display is unknown.

The HTC Aero is expected to debut in October of this year, sometime after the launch of the iPhone 6s. The actual sales of the Aero are expected to commence in November 2015. The price is unknown as of now.

Source: Pocket-lint.com

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