35 HTC Smartphone Codenames Leak, Including M7, Deluxe and One SV Versions

Some of the devices on the list have been canceled

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Rumors on the upcoming HTC flagship Android smartphone, the M7, suggest that the handset might be officially announced in less than a week at Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES).

Rumors on the upcoming HTC flagship Android smartphone, the M7, suggest that the handset might be officially announced in less than a week at Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES).

Obviously, the M7 won’t be the only device launched by HTC this year, but info on the company’s future lineup was a bit scarce until recently.

It appears that the folks over at HTCsoku got their hands on a list that contains 35 HTC smartphone codenames.

A few of these devices have already been launched on the market, some have been canceled, and the rest are expected to be released in the following months.

Among the list of HTC devices, the M7 appears several times, which means that there will be multiple versions of the smartphone launched globally. Check out the full list of codenames below:

- APOLLO_TD
- CP3DCG
- CP3DTG
- CP3DUG
- DELUXE_R
- DELUXE_UL
- DELUXE_TW
- DLXP_WL
- ERA_U
- EVITA_UTL
- IMPRESSION_J
- JET
- K2_CL
- K2_WL
- K2_PLC_CL
- KNIGHT
- M7_U
- M7_WL
- M7_WLJ
- M7_WLV
- M7DCG
- M7DTG
- M7DUG
- M7C_DTU
- MONACO_TDU
- MONACO_U
- MONACO_UL
- OPERA_UL
- PDLU
- PRIMOMINIU
- PULSE_TD PUE_TD
- QUATTROF
- QUATTROU
- VENUS_CL
- VERDI_LTE

HTC Deluxe (Butterfly), Evita (One XL) and K2 (One SV) have already been launched on the smartphone market, but the Monaco, Primominiu and Impression_J are completely new.

Although we don’t know anything about HTC Monaco and Primominiu, the folks at HTCsoku claim that the Impression_J will be launched in Japan via KDDI and will be known as Infobar A02.

The cited source also claims that the ERA_U, QUATTROF, QUATTROU and VENUS_CL have been canceled. Last but not least, the OPERA_UL appears to be the Facebook Phone, which was previously rumored a few months ago. Stay tuned for more updates on HTC’s upcoming lineup of Android devices.

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