HTC CEO seen using white M7, in case you needed more proof of its existence

Daniel Bader

February 1, 2013 1:45pm

We’ve seen renders, we’ve seen images, we’ve seen screenshots — we even have an invitation to a launch event — but in case you needed more proof of its existence, HTC’s CEO was seen brandishing a M7 on TV last night.

The cordial and savvy CEO was seen taking photos of a crowd during a news broadcast, and though we don’t see much detail of the white version of the phone, we’re happy to see it. The M7 is expected to come in both black and white at launch, and may be released in early March according to the latest rumours.

The device appears to be longer and narrower than the popular One X, with a centred camera module and a barely-perceptible HTC logo on the back.


What do you think? Do you like what you’ve seen so far?
Are you saving up your pennies for a HTC M7?

Source: Pocketnow

  • morritz

    thats what i call discretion!

  • Bravo – Bravo – Zulu – 1 – 0

    M7? That looks like a white BB10 to me! Go BB!

  • Miknitro

    Honestly, it’d be tough to give HTC more money, their outlook on support an sales down the road is non existent.

  • Mike

    I want one sooooo bad!

  • gary

    i am saving my money for htc m7 after using iphone 4 for 2 years

  • Dan S

    He is trying to pull a Thorsten Heins lol. BlackBerry CEO was caught taking a picture using the BlackBerry Z10 at a Lakers game.

  • tomatoes11

    Looks just like a white HTC 8x. Talk about a fail.

    Go BlackBerry!

    • Mario Gaucher

      tomatoes11… you don’t know what a HTC ONE X looks like… look more carefully…

  • WP74Life

    Android ? No thanks.
    WP ? Yeah, sure!

  • tomatoes 11


    I know what a One X looks like and it looks nothing like the 8x or the M7 in that picture.

  • Zaafir Siddiqui

    can’t wait to have this beast in my hands!

  • Victoria

    I wasnt one SO bad! I had the HTC Sensation less than 6 months before the HTC One S came out, and I just couldn’t resist. I’ve had my One S for 6 months now, and I am soooooooooo pumped for this! Fingers crossed that it comes to Canada!