HTC Butterfly Launched in Pakistan

HTC Butterfly

HTC, in collaboration with Mobilink, has launched the android smart phone “Butterfly”. Butterfly will be distributed to market by Brigthex. Consumers will be able to enjoy various add-ons provided by Mobilink, including a 30 days exclusive bundle, 1 GB internet, as well as a pouch and protector.

‘Butterfly’ is the latest of the HTC series which strives to transform the way one hears, sees and connects with the world. The HTC Butterfly comes with a poly carbonate body design, 1.5 GHz quad core krait CPU, 2GB RAM and Adreno of 320 GPU. The 8 MP auto focus camera with LED flash, geo tagging and 16 GB of built in storage allows users to preserve their magnificent moments of life.

“Quietly brilliant is doing great things in a humble way, with the belief that the best things in life can only be experienced, not explained,’ said John Wang, Chief marketing officer, HTC Corporation.’ The YOU campaign is a perfect embodiment of ‘quietly brilliant’ and is core to HTC as a company, innovator and partner.”

“Mobilink continues to be the leading telecom services provider of Pakistan because of our continuous strives to innovate and offer our customers the best products and services from across the world. We are glad to partner with HTC and Brightex to bring this one-of-a-kind phone to our customers across Pakistan..” said Mr Moied Javeed, Director Marketing (Mobile Internet), Mobilink.

Here are Key Features of HTC Butterfly:

  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon™ S4 Pro processor with 1.5GHz Quad-Core Krait CPUs
  • Operating System: Android 4.1
  • Display: contrast ratio: 1104:1 (nominal)/ 1.873:1 (sunlight)
  • Memory: 16 GB; RAM: 2GB
  • Camera: 8.0MP rear / 2.1 MP front
  • Size: 1080 x 1920 x 5 inches (441 ppi pixels density)
  • Weight: 140g
  • Other: Wireless charging capability, NFC, Wireless display, gesture typing

Price:

  • Price: Rs.70,000/- (includes Pouch and Screen Protector from Mobilink)


  • mudasir

    s4 is best choice in this range

    • Shani

      Please enlighten us how

      • well to be fair both the S4 and Butterfly look quite cheap, with S4 having newer hardware.

      • mbhasan

        How? you kidding, right? Can there be a comparison between Octa core and Quad core?? let alone other features and support.

        • Shahid Saleem

          In a phone, what matters is battery life. Octocore giving same life as Quadcore??? If not, quad is better.

        • Shani

          Read again Samshill, it’s the quad core version. also fyi, the octa core doesn’t mean all 8 cores will be used at the same time. And yes the other gimmicks are there on the samsung, true

          • mbhasan

            Its not about firing all the engines all the times.. and battery life.. gone are the days when *phones* were used to make calls and battery lasted forever!! what a big deal either u charge ur smartphone daily or once every 1.5 days (few more hours of juice if u use it to take n make calls.)
            Octa/ Quad is about technology n making device as future proof as possible.. Android 4.3 is round the corner; 5.0 should follow soon and so on and all those updates are more n more hardware hungry..
            Frankly, who needs anything beyond dual core for day to day!! its about performance/ fps/ tricks/ response time in micro secs..
            It still doesnt make sense to compare Quad/ Octa.. Butterfly is old n gone thing.. HTC One, if at all, can show some tricks up its sleeves to S4.. too much of a lecture lol :P

  • Saeed

    veryyy cheeeaaapp :P