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When the iPhone 5s was announced to the masses a few weeks ago, Apple heralded the arrival of the new M7 processor: a nifty little gadget buried in the A7 CPU that tracks stuff that fitness apps might be interested in without waking the whole chip. Saves power, works more efficiently, right? Turns out that it certainly does its job right: looks like the M7 chip is watching you even when you don't have a compatible app installed for the data to go to.


According to Evleaks, on UnwiredView, this is a render from a start-up video for the much-rumoured new HTC M7. Rumours suggest that the flagship phone will pack a 4.7-inch 1080p screen, along with a 1.7GHz quad-core chip backed by 2GB of RAM and LTE.