HTC Butterfly 2 Unboxing and Review - How to transfer files from HTC

by - Thursday, December 11, 2014

The other day, I just got my HTC Butterfly 2 and I’ve been playing with it since then. Thank you HTC Malaysia. I have been using HTC Desire 816 and playing with HTC Desire Eye but this Butterfly 2 is still my choice. Since I'm a full time blogger and active in social media, this HTC Butterfly 2 is just good enough for me since I can't afford for HTC One M8. I'm definitely will save up for HTC One M9 next year.

Basically, all the basic stuff such as manual, charger, earphone, USB cable, and warranty card are provided. My first impression of HTC butterfly 2 is it comes with more or less the same look as the previous Butterfly model. For heavy internet user like me, this HTC Butterfly 2 supports the most LTE bands around the world and even the spec is as good as the HTC's flagship HTC One M8.

Simple yet powerful.

You can get more detail on the phone over here, HTC SA. Personally, I prefer the size of the screen of my previous HTC Desire but this boy come in handy and awesome 5″ Full HD display which is similar to its current flagship. Not to mention that the processor does the talking when it runs on a Quad-Core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 2GB of RAM.

Sometime, I have to show my client some of my video portfolio that I did and this boy still retained the Boom Sound Stereo speakers located at the front.

I'm a heavy instagram user and I'm quite impressed with the camera where it has Duo Camera set up that can shoot 13MP and maximum Full HD 1080p resolution. For taking selfies, it has a wide angle 5MP front facing camera.

For those who love to take video, photo or even downloading music, this boy comes with internal 16GB storage and of course you can increase the storage by adding on MicroSD up to 128GB. Not to mention, this device have 2,700mAh capacity battery.

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Compare than my previous HTC Desire 816, it's slightly smaller but much solid.  Weighs 151g and has a thickness of 9.99mm. If you prefer something plastic, go for rogue red, but I personally prefer carbon casing and I go for canvas white. Overall, the HTC Butterfly 2 which is priced at RM2, 299 (Canvas White or Rogue Red) is worth for the price.

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