Last week, HTC announced the J Butterfly, a 5" phone with a monster 1080p display (that's 440ppi) mated to a quad-core CPU and 2 GB of RAM. The announcement made it pretty clear that the J Butterfly wasn't coming to the US, but similar devices certainly weren't out of the question.

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Now, we're seeing blurrycam photos of what's claimed to be Verizon's variant, dubbed the DLX ("Deluxe"). Sure enough, it's apparently packing similar specs: the same 5" 1080p display, a quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, 8MP rear shooter and 2MP front. Otherwise, the source of the shots reports a 2,500 mAh battery, centered power button on the top, and capacitive touch buttons. It's also running Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) and Sense 4+, along with Beats Audio. Physically, the device looks a lot like the One X(+) in that it's a solid polycarbonate shell.

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The photos don't entirely match up the specs tweeted out by leaker @Football4PDA - he provided a specific CPU, less RAM, and a higher-MP camera. As always, that's exactly why you should take these photos (and Football's specs) with a giant grain of salt - something especially relevant given the recent spate of hoaxes.

[Source: Android Central]