Taiwanese OEM, HTC has been a darling in the new year as it has offered a whole range of goodies to its customers starting from the release of the HTC U-Play and the HTC U Ultra to usher in the new year at the CES 2017.
The tech company which admitted it would be bringing a more premium device to the market, suspected to be the HTC U (Ocean) further revealed that there would be a Sapphire Glass variant of the U Ultra which it started work on faster than fans expected.
The tech company which was said to be giving our goodies to its fans especially with the $150 gift card has once again hinted on what it has in store for fans.
This comes following the revelation of the possible release date of its newest flagship device along with the release of a teaser video which shows fans pretty much what to expect on the much-expected device.
The video revealed that the device which will be launched soon would be coming to town with touch-sensitive edges, a plus for the tech company and also feature some premium specs.
According to reports, the tech company is choosing to name the device HTC U 11 and based on recent spotting on benchmarking website, Geekbench; the HTC U 11 was revealed to have scored 1912 during the single-core test and 6137 for the multi-core test.
The expected smartphone also appears to be preloaded with the latest version of the Android 7.0 Nougat as it was spotted running on the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset running under the hood. The octa-core processor layered on the device was also clocked at a speed of 1.9GHz and paired with 4GB of RAM.
HTC undoubtedly went big on the device after it had hinted earlier in the year that it will be bringing a new flagship device into the market which will run on the latest Qualcomm chipset. For design, the device, HTC U 11 comes packing a 5.5-inch QHD screen with an internal storage space of as much as 64GB. As for the camera sensor loaded on, reports indicate that the tech company opted for a 12MP main camera sensor and on the front panel, a 16MP selfie camera powered by a whopping 4,000mAh battery.
The tech company which seems to have heard the complaints of its users in the choice of battery capacity loaded on the device also equipped it with the Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 feature and rumors have it that the device will come with the latest Bluetooth 5.0 module.
Not to forget, the smartphone will feature touch-sensitive edges which will allow users to open applications and other tasks with as much as a gentle squeeze of the edges.
HTC will be bringing the U11 out on full display come May 16 although there is no word yet on the pricing and availability of the latest flagship device from the Taiwanese OEM.