HTC has made important changes and releases in the year with the entrance of the HTC U Ultra and the U-Play devices earlier in January at the CES 2017. The tech company which further promised a premium device which will sport the latest and most powerful chipset from Qualcomm further revealed it would be releasing the Sapphire Glass variant of the HTC U Ultra, a bid to keep fans busy ahead of the release of its major flagship device.
However, the tech company which has released several goodies into the market for its customers made a major move although it didn’t last much as it released the HTC Edge Sense application into App Store but took it down a while later.
The catch with the HTC Edge Sense remains that it is one of the most exciting details of the upcoming HTC U 11 device which according to video teasers released online by the tech company will sport squeeze sensitive edges which can be used in activating an array of applications and settings.
To make the feature easier to use, the Taiwanese OEM is preparing a new application for the added on feature ahead of the device’s official release into the market. Following the removal of the application from the Play Store, a pretty much good idea of what to expect on it has been imprinted in the minds of tech users as some images retrieved showed that the app comes with a tutorial page for new users of the feature.
The application according to speculations will most likely offer up configuration settings inside the Edge Sense app which mean there will be a number of applications which can work directly with the application based on integration.
Recall that the HTC U 11, the upcoming flagship device from the tech company has been found to be coming with a 36-degree sound recording as shown in the teaser video released by the tech company. More details of what to expect on the device include the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor as promised by the Taiwanese OEM and 4GB of RAM coupled with 64GB of onboard storage size.
For the camera, the HTC U 11 will come into the market with a 16MP front facing the camera and on the rear panel will a 12MP camera sensor be mounted.
Supporting the device will be a battery clocked at 3,000mAh with support for Quick Charge 3.0.