HTC has not been at the highest point of its amusement for a long while now, producing gadgets not keeping pace with the opposition and, on occasion, brimming with flawed decisions.
Be that as it may, its up and coming U 11 lead is apparently set to turn things around for the Taiwanese organization, and close by imaginative tech we now may have its full — and, yes, aggressive — spec sheet (by means of MySmartPrice)
Gossipy tidbits about HTC’s “Ocean” had been drifting around for quite a long time when some steady holes uncovered that the at first esteemed as-idea telephone seemed to be, truth be told, a genuine gadget, set to make a big appearance available some time in the primary portion of the year. We discovered that it would take after the association’s two past “U”- marked leaders, additionally pay tribute to its ancestor, and land as the U 11.
Where both the U Play and U Ultra appeared to be shy in their way to deal with fighting the enormous folks , the U 11 seems to be more on the forceful side. According to MySmartPrice’s acquired data, truth be told, there’s more than maybe a couple segments to dribble over.
the U 11 will come equipped with Qualcomm’s latest and greatest, the Snapdragon 835, and a whopping 6GB of RAM to match it. The display reportedly measures in at 5.5-inches with QHD resolution, while a non-removable 3000mAh battery will have to keep up with everything.
Cameras will use HTC’s UltraPixel technology, here dubbed “UltraPixel 3,” with 12MP (and an ultra-wide f/1.7 lens) and 16MP (f/2.0) shooters for back and front respectively (the sheet also mentions “UltraSpeed” autofocus for the rear eye). The 64 and 128 GB storage capacity options will also be expandable, with microSD cards’ support up to 2TB.
The HTC U11 will be unveiled on May 16
The phone’s shell itself, however, is not to be dismissed — despite Evan Blass’ most recent depiction of it showing a rather uninteresting design. It is said to come with some interesting features, like IP67 dust and water resistance and the touch-sensitive frame (whose software use is all to be determined), here enlisted under the “Edge Sense” moniker.
For audio fans out there, HTC’s signature BoomSound is also mentioned, although front-firing speakers are nowhere to be found, so expect something along the lines of the HTC A9‘s hybrid system. A fingerprint scanner and a Type-C USB will also be there, of course; just don’t hold your breath for a headphone jack.