HTC, the Taiwanese giant has been solving the technological dilemmas of today’s world with vigor and panache. Its HTC One was a winner by a wide margin. The HTC M4 has a co-existing relationship with the HTC One. It is a product for the lower market that has style and looks to match its predecessor.
The extension of designer goods to items with slashed prices is a strategy that pays in the times to come. According to Phone Arena, HTC had a field day with its One Version. Now it has simplified and scaled down its value with the HTC M4. Taking inspiration from the South Korean King Samsung, HTC has learnt that those who yearn for a product beyond their reach will go wild the moment they get access to a similar downsized service.
That is the reason why the M4 is expected to be a carbon copy of its elder and senior, the HTC One (it was named M7 when it originally entered the market). As a matter of fact, if you were to place the two hand sets side by side you would have a hard time telling one from the other. They are soul mates and twins. Like two peas in a pod, the HTC One and HTC M4 differ only on technicalities. Their functionality and exteriority are unquestionable. And the public is expected to go into a feeding frenzy.
HTC M4 will have UltraPixel camera with a 4.3-inch, 720p display. With a dual core CPU,its storage capacity is just 16GB. RAM is 2GB along with a non-removable battery of 1700mAh.The processor has a lower value in the M4 model.
Besides this, like the HTC One experience, the M4 story has a similar ending. The UltraPixel technology is a commonality that both share. The news about the M4 began circulating at the beginning of April. But this was not an April fool joke. It was the real deal. The two high end smart phones are not only a close match but designed from the same visual matrix. The style, the substance and the sophistication remain the same. So what if a few features have been downgraded for thrifty customers. The consumer demand was reaching explosive levels and some means had to be found to satisfy it. Never one to back down from a challenge HTC did just that with the M4 as a suitable response.