HTC J Butterfly (HTV31) Is Official In Japan, Globally Goes With HTC Butterfly 3; Details

The HTC Butterfly is a brand name in Japan and the new device launched in the country named J Butterfly HTV31 which has a pretty impressive specssheet. More details on what the new arrival from the Taiwan-based firm brings with HTC J Butterfly can be grabbed right after this fold.


Partnering with Japanese carrier operator KDDI, HTC has announced J Butterfly as the latest smartp[hone in Butterfly series. The HTC J Butterfly HTV31 is reportedly scheduled to release in early June in Japan, and rumored to launch as HTC Butterfly 3 internationally.

The J Butterfly smartphone comes with a 5.2-inch Super LCD3 QHD (1440×2560p) display. The HTC J Butterfly HTV31 becomes the first Quad-HD smartphone unveiled with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset in Japan. Clocked at 64-bit octa-core (2GHz + 1.5GHz) processor coupled with 3GB RAM and Adreno 430 GPU. When compared, the E9+ and M9+ both rely on a Mediatek solution. Gets 32GB of built-in storage, which can be expandable via microSD card. It runs Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC Sense UI skin on top.

The new smartphone in Butterfly line-up has integrated with a dual front-facing speakers and has Dolby audio support. The polycorbonate coted J Butterfly HTV 31 features 20MP Duo Camera setup with dual LED flash on its back and the main camera can shoot 2160p video and a 13MP front facing camera.

The J Butterfly body measures 151×73×10.1mm, weighs 162g and comes with IP55/IP57 for protection against the elements, water and dust resistant supports waterproofing rating standards.


Available in Red, Indigo Blue, White colors with all three sporting a glossy finish on the back. Battery package is listed at 2700mAh unit and the device supports quick charging, which HTC quotes 110-minutes charging time, though wiyn an optiuonal AC adapter.

The HTC J Butterfly HTV31 is listed on Japanese carrier KDDI’s official website with a release date time frame as June. Global launch is expected or will follow remains to be seen.

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