Last year HTC launched two flagship devices; the HTC One, and the HTC Butterfly. Since HTC typically launches at least two flagship phones per year, if not more, it would make sense to see a follow-up to 2013′s HTC Butterfly, and if the latest AnTuTu benchmark is any indication, we’ll definitely see one later this year.
The benchmark was for a device with a model number 0PAJ3, which is rumored to be a new HTC Butterfly. The specs on the device look pretty typical for a 2014 flagship device, with 2 GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 801 processor and a 1080p screen, but an interesting thing to note is the 5 and 13 megapixel cameras. The 5 megapixel camera will likely be the front-facing shooter, with the 13 megapixel camera being the rear camera. HTC’s signature Ultrapixel camera has an infamously low megapixel count, so a 13 megapixel camera points towards the Ultrapixel getting cut from the Butterfly. Of course, we heard a lot of weird things about the new One’s camera prior to launch, too, so it’s probably safer to not take too many guesses until we hear something official from HTC.