The HTC Butterfly is the international variant of the J Butterfly (Japan) and the DROID DNA (USA) variants. We have got our hands on one and this gallery is first among the articles we plan to cover on this phone.
There are two colour variants for the Butterfly. One is a Black variant with Red accents and then is the version we have, a black and white variant.
The Butterfly is one of the first smartphones to feature a Full HD display.
5 inch Super LCD3 with a Resolution of 1920×1080 pixels (441ppi density)
The front 2.1 Megapixel Camera that is also capable of capturing 1080p Videos at 30fps
The earpiece is housed neatly under the chrome strip. At the right side of the speaker grille is also the 1st notification light
The proximity and ambient light sensors are placed below the right side of the chrome strip (above the battery icon)
The three touch sensitive keys
The display has curved edges just like you find in the HTC One X and Sensation
The microUSB port (Protected by a cover) and the primary microphone
The secondary mic (For noise cancellation), the 3.5mm audio jack, power/lock key and the microSIM/microSD slot
You can see the curved back design with the edges getting narrower
The volume keys on the right side
The grille on the right and left sides aren’t speakers but just aesthetics that have been inspired by race cars
The speaker grille and the beats audio logo
The HTC logo
The 8Megapixel camera with LED flash. It has Autofocus and is capable of taking 1080p videos at 30fps.
The small dotted circle to the left of the camera lens is the second notification light. Both the front and the back notification lights work at the same time.